DETROIT (AP) -- A state lawmaker says he was robbed at gunpoint near his Detroit home.
Democratic Rep. Jimmy Womack told WDIV-TV and the Detroit Free Press Monday that he was getting into his car at a store the previous evening and three men approached with guns drawn. He says they first demanded his car but he refused, so they robbed him of about $300.
Womack was not injured. Police are investigating.
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