3 arrested in shooting of clerk during holdup PHOENIX (AP) A convenience market clerk was in critical condition yesterday after being shot during a robbery, robbery, police said. Three men were under arrest. The clerk, Elizabeth Ann Wilson, 55, underwent surgery surgery at Phoenix Baptist Hospital to remove a bullet from her abdomen, said Detective Donovan Stovall. Booked into the Maricopa County Jail for investigation investigation of attempted murder, aggravated assault and armed robbery were Douglas W. Derello, 21, Edwin Boyd, 22, and Dafard P. Thibreaux, 25, all of Phoenix. They also faces charges of aggravated assault on three teen-age teen-age teen-age girls in the market's parking lot. Police said the girls saw the holdup just before midnight Thursday and wrote down the license number of the men's car. A bullet hole was found in the door of the girls' car. Investigators said the three men were frightened away for a still-undetermined still-undetermined still-undetermined reason the first time they attempted a holdup, but returned a short time later and shot Wilson with a revolver.