Clerk in fatal Oklahoma pharmacy shooting won't be charged
January 4, 2019
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Authorities say they will not bring charges against a former Walgreens clerk in Oklahoma who shot and killed a customer during a confrontation over photographs.
Tulsa police Sgt. Brandon Watkins told the Tulsa World that the former clerk's actions were "pretty justifiable" in the shooting of 52-year-old William Adolf Hurley.
A Walgreens spokesman says the clerk is no longer employed by the company but declined to elaborate.
Authorities say Hurley went to the store Dec. 19 to retrieve the photos and at some point became upset. He pulled a firearm, took the photos from t...