A hamburger stand owner shot four times during an attempted holdup in Anaheim managed to write down the license plate number of the fleeing car, leading to the arrest of two teen-agers, authorities said Wednesday.
Kenneth Seagle, 18, of Long Beach and a 17-year-old Cypress youth were arrested several hours after the shooting Tuesday at the Hamburger Dan's restaurant in the 10900 block of Magnolia Avenue, according to Lt. Richard J. Olson, a spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
Dak King Ling, the restaurant's owner, was in critical condition at UCI Medical Center Wednesday with bullet wounds in his chest, stomach and hands.
Seagle is being held in Orange County jail with bail set at $250,000. The 17-year-old, whose name was withheld because of his age, is at Orange County Juvenile Hall. Both are being held on suspicion of attempted murder and armed robbery.