One of the armed four men who tried to rob a Harlem store, only for the 72-year-old shop owner to fire at them, killing two and wounding the others, was released on $60,000 bond. Shamel McCloud headed from the hospital to court on Saturday and was charged with first- and second-degree robbery; his relatives in Pennsylvania put up their home for the bail. According to the NY Times, "The criminal complaint said one of the men who was fatally shot had hit a store employee with a 9-millimeter pistol. McCloud and the two others struck the employee with their fists and tried to restrain him with duct tape, according to the complaint." McCloud's lawyer said his client did not have a record, saying he was "good family kid." The Post went to McCloud's home to get a comment: "Outside McCloud's East Elmhurst house, one relative said, 'He's coming along, he's alive,' before a second relative threatened to toss a pit bull at reporters."