Tony Harrison stood outside his restaurant, Midtown BBQ and Brew, for eight hours on Monday to fight off looters. Joined by his two brothers and his South African Mastif, the Harrisons armed themselves with axe handles for protection.
Appearing on Hannity on Fox News Tuesday night, Harrison said the main trouble was not in his part of town but they did loot on his block.
"The building next to me, the poor gentleman that has owned that building, its a music store for 40 years and they broke the windows out and stole his instruments," Harrison told Hannity.
Harrison praised the work done by Baltimore police in difficult circumstances but was critical of the mayor and leadership of the city for allowing the violence to get out of hand.