A decade ago, Melvin Robinson came to Atlanta to escape the heartbreak of losing his best friend and the violence that he saw in Inglewood, California. It brought him to the suburbs of Atlanta, near the world's busiest airport, where he'd open his own business - a tattoo shop called Camp Creek Body Art & Laser. Good Samaritan Melvin Robinson, 44, died Saturday from his injuries. He died days after he tried to stop car thieves at a metro Atlanta Lowe's parking lot.
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