Would-be robber calls 911 after victim shot at him at Spotsylvania County ATM

A would-be robber at a Spotsylvania County ATM called 911 after the person he was trying to steam from shot him, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Deputies began investigating the incident on Friday around 9 p.m. when the 911 center received a call from a person who said he’d been shot at an ATM in the 10300 block of Courthouse Road.

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When they arrived, they determined that Trey Khiry Turner had approached the victim in "a threatening manner" and then punched him several time. 

The victim – who legally carries a gun – reportedly pulled out his weapon and fired several times, prompting Turner to run away.

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Turner was taken into custody with what the sheriff’s office described as "minor injuries."

They charged Turner with attempted robbery.