Feel Good Story: Would-Be Robber Gets Well Deserved Beating After Victims Fight Back

Marrell B. Tyler was fortunate he only took a beating instead of having his own gun used against him

Courtesy: Kokomo Police Department

(Washington Times) Three Indiana residents were able to fight off a gunman who was attempting to rob them after breaking into their apartment.

Kokomo Police officers found the would-be robber, Marrell B. Tyler, 18, with injuries to his face and his own gun pointed at him by one of the residents. They transported Tyler to Community Howard hospital before booking him into the Howard County Criminal Justice Center.


Tyler had broken into the apartment on Washington Street around 3:00 a.m. with a firearm and ski mask, according to police. A struggle between him and the residents ensued, which successfully removed the weapon from Tyler’s possession. Despite this, Tyler produced a second firearm, which continued the struggle and resulted in the weapon firing but not injuring anyone. Eventually, they were able to disarm and detain Tyler at gunpoint, using his own weapon.

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