A man who was shot by a gas station clerk while committing the last of three robberies entered pleas and agreed to spend 17 years in prison.
Allan Moore, 28, of Clinton Township (Michigan), pleaded no contest Monday in Macomb County Circuit Court to 14 charges related to the incidents last spring. His attorney, Michael J. Steinberg, reached a deal with Judge James Maceroni to sentence Moore to 15 years, at the bottom of the sentencing guidelines, on top of a mandatory two years for five counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
Moore was captured after he was shot six times May 4 by a cashier at the Mobil gas station on Main Street south of downtown Mount Clemens after stealing cigarettes. He was arraigned in a bed at McLaren Macomb hospital in Mount Clemens.
The county Prosecutors Office did not file criminal charges against the gas station employee, a 25-year-old Detroit man. The worker fired after Moore aimed a .22 caliber handgun, which was stolen, at him and pulled the trigger but did not fire. The worker had a valid permit to carry the 9-millimeter handgun he fired at Moore… Macomb Daily