Copper-Theft Suspect Shot http://www.wbap.com/Article.asp?id=785673&spid=18042 GARLAND (WBAP) - It's happened three times in the last week alone: Someone has climbed onto the roof of Bargain Town Variety & Furniture Store on Broadway in Garland, intent on stealing copper tubing from the air conditioning units. Store owner Jimmy Sheu was frustrated. "We called the police; the police don't even come," he said. "They just take a report over the phone." On Wednesday night, Sheu's 25-year-old son took matters into his own hands, climbing onto the building with a gun. At around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, a man carrying a backpack filled with tools made his way onto the roof, where he was shot at least once. Police say the man retreated to the parking lot, where paramedics later pronounced him dead. The owners of the discount store have mixed emotions: We're "kind of glad," Julia Sheu told WBAP. "But we didn't mean to kill the guy." She says her son had no choice when the suspect ignored his orders to stop and back away. For now, police say the shooting was justified. The case is expected to be referred to a grand jury. --- Sounds good, hopfully the grand jury clears him.