Detroit Free Press staff Published 4:58 PM EST Dec 7, 2018 A Dearborn Heights is facing felony charges after allegedly shooting an appliance store manager and another employee who wouldn’t refund his purchase of a stove. Javon Robert Dabney, 26, is charged with armed robbery, conspiracy to commit assault with intent to murder and multiple counts of assault with intent to murder and assault with intent to commit great bodily harm, according to the Wayne County prosecutor’s office. He is accused of shooting the 59-year-old appliance store manager, a Garden City resident, and a 35-year-old Detroit man employed at the store. The incident happened at about 4:20 p.m. on Wednesday at the store in the 20100 block of West Warren in Detroit, according to a news release from the prosecutor’s office. Dabney bought several appliances from the store, authorities said. After delivery, the release said, Dabney informed the store manager that the stove he bought didn’t work. More According to the news release, the manager told Dabney that the store didn’t offer refunds but the stove would be replaced. Dabney allegedly argued about the stove and threatened the owner, manager, and employees of the store and left, the release said. Within a half-hour, Dabney allegedly shot the manager several times, as well as the other male employee who tried to leave the scene. He was arrested by Detroit police after fleeing on foot. Dabney is expected to be arraigned on Saturday in 34th District Court in Romulus.