UPDATE: Police identify clerk shot in...

UPDATE: Police identify clerk shot in robbery

There are 10 comments on the GoErie.com story from Aug 8, 2008, titled UPDATE: Police identify clerk shot in robbery. In it, GoErie.com reports that:

Police have identified the clerk shot at a McKean Township gas station late Thursday as Stephen Zierenberg, 30, of Erie.

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kimie

Youngstown, OH

#1 Aug 8, 2008
see? remeber when i said that place is a magnet for robberies. shot in the head and paid min wage, close that place down !!!
Bo Peep

Lorain, OH

#2 Aug 8, 2008
There is apparently nothing left to steal in the city plus you might get caught. Kimie is right a real magnet for robberies. Little chance for being apprehended and probably bigger pay day. Poor attendant.
J Wood

Waterford, PA

#3 Aug 8, 2008
I think it is time for Urraro to have a uniformed police officer on 3rd shift duty to protect their workers.
lakerman1

Erie, PA

#4 Aug 8, 2008
I advocate the arming of these clerks. That would inject enough ucertainty to those animals' planning. It would only take a few dead thugs to solve the problem.
kyle texter

Monroe, OH

#5 Aug 8, 2008
i was friends with Steve back in school but have lost contact with him and his family. if anyone knows how to get a hold of Cathy, Kurt, or Craig please e-mail me at [email protected] i cant seem to get any information from the hospital about Steve's condition. i would appreciate any help.

thanks
Kyle
Roger

Gibsonia, PA

#6 Aug 8, 2008
It is a shame a guy can not do his job with out some a** h*** coming in to hold his place of buisness up. Take the damn money and go, their is no need to shoot him. My best wishes to the clerk. I hope this big animal feels real proud of him self.
The Mob Squad

Erie, PA

#7 Aug 8, 2008
J Wood wrote:
I think it is time for Urraro to have a uniformed police officer on 3rd shift duty to protect their workers.
Heck, with "Uncle Frank's" connection and involvement with the local Italian "Business Community", I'm surprised any thief had the gall to rob his store. Between the Urraros on the Millcreek Police force and the Urraros that do "other work", I'm sure the shooter will face justice.

Unless, of course, it was Uncle Frank that had him shot...
Family Friend

Lorain, OH

#8 Aug 8, 2008
Thank you for your kind thoughts on Steve's condition. I am a friend of the family and I will let them know. Currently Steve is in ICU. He is in critical condition but staying stable at the same time. It will be a week or so before they will know more about his recovery. Kurt and Craig were at the hospital last night with their mom and have been staying by his side. I am sure this could have been prevented had Urraro done something to improve security after the last robbery 3 weeks ago. Thank you on behalf of the family.
Anonymous

Pittsburgh, PA

#10 Aug 11, 2008
This is a terrible tragedy. I will pray for him!
Realist

Pittsburgh, PA

#11 Aug 11, 2008
Why does everyone blame a lack of security? They should blame the criminal that robbed the place and shot him.

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