Retired Police Captain David Dorn shot while protecting business from looter

June 3, 2020 / 33.1K views ST LOUIS -- The David Dorn shooting happened as the retired police captain was responding to a burglary alarm at a pawn shop. The live video suggests he was shot at over a television. He was likely trying to get the looter to stop stealing and that's when it escalated in the worst possible way. From STL Public Radio: “Things escalated at the Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry shop, where the man was killed, and to see his body, I mean, on Facebook, it was almost like — you know that’s how we’ve seen George Floyd’s body, and you know that’s not the change that we are pushing for,” he said. Leroy Carter, Ward 4 committeeman, said Dorn frequented the business district along Martin Luther King Drive and previously served as a liaison between the business association and local police. He added that Dorn remained good friends with Lee Rascover, owner of the pawn shop.

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