Repo Men in Old North Try to Take Vehicle, Take Fire Instead


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Tuesday evening at 7:15, two men came to the 2900 block of Hadley Street in the Old North neighborhood, cops say.

Their goal: Repossess someone's vehicle.

However, as they were trying to git'er done, someone started shooting at them from the front of a residence nearby. 

Police describe the suspect as a black male, just over six feet tall and weighing around 200 pounds. The suspect was wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans.

The suspect didn't injure anybody. He did, however, injure the driver's side of the repossessed vehicle.

Speaking of which, it must kind of suck to be a repo man. We know this from the movie, Repo Man, which starred a young Emilio Estevez and which famously taught us that certain jobs offer comparatively better career advancement:


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