I saw this story in the Lounge but didn't want to derail it with a strictly tactical comment. Just an observation I wanted to share in case it might help someone in the future who might be in a similar situation. The situation is unfortunitely all too common. I carry in my jacket a car key that doesn't work in any of my cars. It's just to give to someone if they should happen to get the drop on me with a gun. Although I would like to think that my situational awareness would prevent me from getting into that situation in the first place, stuff does happen. I probably wouldn't give it directly to them either if I thought it was safe to feign nervousness and just drop the key on the ground somewhere. This is done to divert their attention, to allow me to have a choice of options depending on the circumstances at the time.
Yorlets was standing outside his home on the afternoon of Feb. 7 when he was fatally shot. Saxon said that, based on the young suspects' statements, they approached Yorlets to rob him and then he was shot after he refused to hand over his keys.