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January 29, 2014

One of two young, clean-cut black males held a gun to the thigh of a former South Carolina sheriff as he was unloading groceries and pulled the trigger.

The motive was robbery.

The victim, 59-year-old Gene Taylor, says his 16-year career in law enforcement was safer than unloading groceries at his apartment. Taylor was sheriff of Anderson County, South Carolina from 1989 until 2005.

Maybe it's because police officers carry unconcealed weapons.

Our source article reports...

"He deliberately with all intent put it jammed up against my thigh, I got powder burns," Taylor said. "It was like a sledgehammer."

"They were both, my guess would be very young. Sixteen to 20 years old and black males. The one with the bandana looked to be a very clean-cut kid. The little bit I could see of him. The other one had a full-face Halloween-type mask. Both of them 5 foot-10 to 6 foot-1," Taylor said.

"I have a feeling I was one of the first people they encountered. They probably didn't expect former law enforcement that might actually try to do something," Taylor said.

Taylor had this to say to the men he says robbed him: "In the long run you're going to be dead. I don't care how macho you think you are or you're going to be in prison," Taylor said.

Taylor was unloading groceries from his car when he was pushed from behind.

"I turned around and he said give me your money or I'll shoot you," Taylor said.

Taylor said he gave him a checkbook, but the gunman didn't want it. Taylor grabbed the gun.

"Pushed it in toward him. But, when I was doing that a second guy jumped out of the car and I was hit in the head with something by one of them. I went down and then he shot me and then I thought maybe this is a good time to give him the money," Taylor said.

Taylor said they took off with his wallet and he went in the opposite direction, knocking on several neighbors' doors for help. Finally, he said, one neighbor came to the door and gave him a belt to use as a tourniquet.

Taylor said he couldn't connect to 911 on his cellphone, so he called the county he used to serve. He remembered the Anderson County Emergency Services number who notified Greenville police.

Taylor is expected to recover but spent Saturday night at the hospital with injuries.

"I'm still going to come in and out of my car. I might be a little better armed," Taylor said.

"You know, it makes me angry. It's one of those coulda- woulda-shoulda things. All the things you could do differently. It's not that I'm thinking, 'I wished it didn't happen.' I would really like to get the little s.o.b and wish I had and didn't and I don't want him to hurt somebody else," Taylor said.

Greenville police ask if you know any information about this case to call Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.
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Former sheriff of Anderson County says he was shot and robbed ►
Former Upstate sheriff says he was robbed, shot - FOX Carolina 21 ►
Former Anderson County sheriff shot during robbery ►

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