In Brooklyn, two armed robbers attempted to hit an auto repair shop. One of the victims happened to be an off-duty police officer who promptly pulled out his gun and identified himself. The criminals fired at the officer, wounding him. Another victim, a school safety agent, picked up the fallen officer's gun and returned fire on the robbers. Initially there was speculation that the second victim might be charged since he did not have license to touch the officer's gun. Cam Edwards speaks with Tom King of the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association who says that fortunately this is not the case as the District Attorney did not file charges. Originally aired 4/19/2011.