DAILYKENN.com -- A committed family man and community activist was fatally shot during a bank robbery in Oklahoma this week.
Dead is Bank of Eufaula president Randy Peterson.
Accused for the crime is 39-year-old Cedric Lamont Norris who was killed when shot by police.
Some apologists for black crime complain of the high incarceration rate of black males. They fail to understand that violent, repeat offenders are imprisoned for their own safety as well as the safety of the community.
Records show this isn’t the first time he’s been in trouble with the law. 10/25/2006 Related Story: Sapulpa Police Solve Jewelry Store Robbery They show in 2006 he was found guilty of robbing several jewelry stores including Andre Jewelers in Sapulpa in 2005. In that heist he grabbed $12,000 worth of diamonds. From Sapulpa, Norris hit stores in Paris, Sulphur Springs and Greenville, Texas. He was eventually arrested in Dallas. — newson6.com
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