Police: Taco Bell Employees Fatally Shoot Armed Robber

 An armed robber shot and killed by three Taco Bell employees early Wednesday is identified as De’Carlo Jackson.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner released the 24-year-old man’s identity on Thursday.
Jackson was shot six times by Taco Bell employees after he and another masked and armed robber walked into the fast-food restaurant on West 117th Street on the Cleveland-Lakewood border, according to police.
The robbers demanded the employees get on the ground at gunpoint. Three employees complied and the robbers walked up to the cash register, police said.
Three other employees pulled out their own guns and fired several shots at the duo, killing Jackson.
The other robber ran out of the restaurant and has not yet been identified by police.
No arrests have been made in the case.
Jackson’s criminal history includes three convictions for attempted drug trafficking since 2012. Jackson’s cases were all referred to the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court’s mental health docket because Jackson’s IQ was below 75, according to court records.
He was released from jail in February 2016 after violating the terms of his probation in his most recent conviction.