Police have released the name of the man who allegedly tried to rob a Kanawha County pharmacy on Wednesday morning before being shot and killed by the pharmacist. Terry Gillenwater, 25, of Quick, was pronounced dead at a hospital Wednesday, Kanawha County Sheriff’s Cpl. Brian Humphreys said. Humphreys said charges will not be filed against Don Radcliff, one of the pharmacists at Good Family Pharmacy, who shot and killed Gillenwater. Police had said Wednesday that charges were not planned, but the case had been sent to Kanawha Prosecuting Attorney Chuck Miller for final approval of that decision. Radcliff and a pharmacy intern tried to render aid to Gillenwater after Radcliff shot him in the chest and abdomen, according to pharmacy employees. Another shot also hit Gillenwater’s gun. Gillenwater walked into the business wearing a bandana over his face, then silently pulled out a gun, according to pharmacy employees.