Lambert says the man pulled a .25-caliber handgun from his pocket, apparently to rob him. Lambert pulled his own .380 caliber and the two were pointing weapons at each other for a tense moment.
The commissioner says he told the man to put down his gun and the man said he didn't want any trouble.
The suspect fled on foot and police later arrested 19-year-old Kane Stackhouse on an attempted robbery charge.
And then there's this:
Police say 16-year-old Shaka Walcott and 45-year-old Ronald Johannes had been arguing for more than a week. Police say the teenager returned to the Bronx Burger King Saturday night and was shot several times in the chest by the manager.
But did the magazines hold more then 10 rounds?...
(Ok maube just one little comment.)