An armed good samaritan did almost everything right when confronted with a deadly force robbery. Sadly, you only need to make one mistake to lose your life in such a situation. There are lessons to be learned here. How can we learn and not make the same mistakes?
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The 24-year-old tugboat deckhand who was shot dead in Ocean View on Tuesday was pointing a gun at his killer and trying to stop a robbery, his brother said.
Pedro “Pete” Cain had been hanging out with some neighbors at his apartment building in the 9000 block of 1st View St. when a woman came up to the group and asked to use someone’s phone, 20-year-old Jonathan Cain said Friday.
They told her they didn’t have one she could use. And Pete Cain, suspicious the woman might be casing the place, ran back to his apartment, got his handgun from a drawer, loaded a clip and returned to his neighbor’s.
After coming back, a man wearing a bandana pointed a gun at them, Jonathan Cain said.
So Pete Cain took aim at the would-be robber and ordered him to put his gun on the ground. The man seemed to comply, slowly lowering it.
But then he jerked up and fired, hitting Pete Cain in the stomach, his younger brother said.
Jonathan Cain said he called 911 and put pressure on his brother’s wound, telling him it was only little. But, Cain said Friday, the bullet had ricocheted inside him, hitting vital organs.
Pete Cain’s fiancee, Jeanne Morgan, was just getting off work and arrived after the shooting but before paramedics took him to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, she said. She got a call when she was in an Uber, two minutes away from their apartment. When she got out of the car, she dropped her bags, ran to him and put pressure on the wounds.