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    kind of like the 40 Obama supporters who have disappeared....
    guess Obama needed to give away free internet instead of cell phones...
    Randy, you can go sit with Asses and eights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyKnight View Post

    kind of like the 40 Obama supporters who have disappeared....
    guess Obama needed to give away free internet instead of cell phones...
    YEAH!!!!!!,,,,I have noticed that too.

    Just up and disappeared.


    PSST. . . . . . .I think they have come back as socky/trolls




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    If you had enough brains to read up, you'd see how fucking stupid you are twerp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickO'Shay View Post

    Randy, you can go sit with Asses and eights.
    WOW!!!!!<<SO CLEVER>>


    you think of that all by yourself,,,nutsack.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ace's n 8's View Post
    YEAH!!!!!!,,,,I have noticed that too.

    Just up and disappeared.


    PSST. . . . . . .I think they have come back as socky/trolls
    well could you blame them...

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    70% of California doctors are boycotting California's Obamacare exchanges

    http://www.examiner.com/article/70-o...care-exchanges
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyKnight View Post
    well would could blame them...

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    70% of California doctors are boycotting California's Obamacare exchanges

    http://www.examiner.com/article/70-o...care-exchanges
    Even some of the leftist congressmen/women are abandoning him.

    Now we need to hide and watch,, what do you think the reasons behind Obama (and strictly Obama) is wanting to suspend small businesses from signing into Obamacare,, I personally think it is due to the leftists that are up for re-election next year.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ace's n 8's View Post
    Even some of the leftist congressmen/women are abandoning him.

    Now we need to hide and watch,, what do you think the reasons behind Obama (and strictly Obama) is wanting to suspend small businesses from signing into Obamacare,, I personally think it is due to the leftists that are up for re-election next year.

    wants to delay small business until after the 2014 elections...

    he still wants to wreck those lives also....but only after
    he keeps the senate.....
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    Well I'd love to spend a couple of minutes laughing at you fools but I have a calamari steak and mashed potatoes to eat so.....adios
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyKnight View Post
    wants to delay small business until after the 2014 elections...

    he still wants to wreck those lives also....but only after
    he keeps the senate.....
    .

    That's the way I see it as well.






    Quote Originally Posted by RickO'Shay View Post
    Well I'd love to spend a couple of minutes laughing at you fools but I have a calamari steak and mashed potatoes to eat so.....adios
    I can see how you would suck on those taters and swallow them, but how do you work that steak??

    You need someone to chew it for you first??

    Did Obama send you that steak in the mail, straight from the mailroom of the DNC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RickO'Shay View Post
    Well I'd love to spend a couple of minutes laughing at you fools but I have a calamari steak and mashed potatoes to eat so.....adios
    You can't ever post a valid argument. You can't. There isn't a valid argument to be made for Obama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyKnight View Post
    wants to delay small business until after the 2014 elections...

    he still wants to wreck those lives also....but only after
    he keeps the senate.....
    I thought everyone knew that.
    Even the news media that has always supported Obama have admitted this. Sort of hard to believe other wise.
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    Oops! Shot my gun off in church, but nobody got hit. Just a woman! GunFAIL XLVI



    Another wild week, including a lot of stories that come close to, but might not exactly be GunFAILs. Like the story from Chickamauga, GA, where a man who thought he was shooting at a home intruder killed a wandering, 72-year-old Alzheimer's patient. Or the story from Nashville, TN, where "outlaw country" singer Wayne Mills was shot and killed in a bar fight. (By the way, is "outlaw country" like "gangsta rap?" Are we supposed to be outraged by it? Or is it just good ol' All-American fun?)



    By the numbers, the week was heavy on the hunting accidents (10 confirmed, plus one more strongly suspected), and on child victims. Nineteen kids were accidentally shot last week, ages 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 11, 13, 14, 14, 16, 16, 16, 16, 17, 17, 17 and 17. I think the numbers are up and skewing older, because several of them are hunting-related. On the subject of hunting accidents, do please note that six hunters were accidentally shot during opening weekend of the season in the state of Wisconsin, alone.


    Just two loaded gun-cleaning accidents this week, three home invasion shootings, and three waistband/pocket ninjas who accidentally shot themselves. Cop numbers are, mercifully, down to just one this week.


    Rather than recap this week's more outlandish stories, I'll just point you to the listings from Asheboro, NC, Flowood, MS, and Anderson County, TN.


    On the guns in school front this week, maybe numbers are slowing down? Guns were found in schools in Springfield, MO, Charlotte, NC, Norfolk, VA and Reading, PA.


    And now, below the fold, this week's compilation.


    1. MACOMB TOWNSHIP, MI, 9/10/13: A 58-year-old Macomb Township man accidentally left a handgun and ammunition in a shopping cart at a local Kroger store that was later discovered by a worker, according to the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office. The man, who is licensed to carry a handgun, was shopping around noon Tuesday at the Kroger on 23 Mile Road in Macomb Township when he left behind a camouflage-colored Kel-Tec 9mm handgun along with a full 7-bullet magazine in a soft black case. “He said he stopped to help an old lady while he was unloading his groceries and left it behind in the cart in the store,” said sheriff’s Lt. John Michalke. The clerk who found the weapon inside the cart in the store gave it to a manager, who called the sheriff’s office. A deputy picked it up and placed it in the property room at the sheriff’s department. A short time later Tuesday, the gun owner realized he had left the gun at the grocery store and contacted them. He was referred to the sheriff’s department. He told an evidence technician that he had become distracted at the store and walked out leaving the gun in the shopping cart. “He said he was wearing bulky clothing that was uncomfortable, so he put the gun case in the cart while he was shopping,” Michalke said.
    2. FISH SPRINGS, NV, 11/21/13: A Concord, CA, woman, shot to death Nov. 21 in the home of an 81-year-old Fish Springs man, is being remembered as a loving and supportive coach and physical education teacher. A funeral is Saturday in Pleasant Hill, CA, for Catherine Mary Costanza. She died of a shotgun wound to the chest after an alleged struggle over the weapon with Melvin Norlund. Norlund reportedly told investigators he “grew tired of arguing” with Costanza, his caretaker, and threatened to shoot her dog. He said they struggled over the weapon, and it accidentally discharged. Norlund directed authorities to the shotgun, which was behind a recliner in the living room. He went next door to report the shooting, and told his neighbor to call the sheriff’s office.
    3. WYNNE, AR, 11/23/13: A Cross County child reportedly accidentally shot his 10-year-old sibling Saturday evening. Cross County Sheriff J. R. Smith says the 10-year-old was shot with a .22-caliber pistol in the stomach area at a home east of Wynne, off Hwy. 64. The child was flown to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital while his injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.
    4. DALLAS, TX, 11/23/13: Police say a 7-year-old boy has been hospitalized in serious condition after he was shot by his 13-year-old brother. The accident happened Saturday after both boys were dropped off at a residence. Sgt. Warren Mitchell says the boys located a handgun in the home, began playing with the weapon and the younger brother was shot. Mitchell says the homeowner was at the residence but in another area at the time of the shooting. UPDATE: He didn't make it.
    5. FRANKLIN, WI, 11/23/13: Kewaunee County officials say a 41-year-old Denmark man accidentally shot and injured himself Saturday morning. The sheriff's department says it responded to a call of a man with a self-inflicted gunshot injury around 9:45. The incident happened on private property in the Township of Franklin. The man was transported from the scene by ATV and treated prior to being taken to a Green Bay medical facility. Officials say he appeared to have non-life threatening injuries to his lower leg. The incident remains under investigation by the sheriff's department along with the DNR. [Which likely means it was a hunting accident.]
    6. PANAMA, OK, 11/23/13: A 16-year-old boy from Panama, OK, is in critical condition in a Tulsa hospital Sunday (Nov. 24), after being shot by a friend Saturday (Nov. 23), according to Panama Police. The incident happened Saturday afternoon around 2 on Pierce Road in Panama, authorities said. The victim and a 14-year-old friend were returning from a camping trip when the 14-year-old tripped, causing his gun to go off, according to Sgt. Andrew Bevil with Panama Police. The bullet struck the 16-year-old victim in the neck, Bevil said. UPDATE: He didn't make it.
    7. HOUSTON, TX, 11/23/13: A 16-year-old male is dead after being shot while playing with a handgun Saturday at a southwest Houston apartment complex, police said. According to the Houston Police Department, the teenage victim and a friend were playing with a .45-caliber handgun when the firearm accidentally went off. The incident happened just before 8 p.m. at the Bellaire Gardens Apartments in the 6100 block of Bellaire Boulevard near Rampart Street, police said.
    8. BEETOWN, WI, 11/23/13: A man from Mukwonago was injured while deer hunting on private property during the first day of the state’s gun deer season. According to the Journal Sentinel, a 32-year-old man was loading a .45 handgun while sitting in a tree stand when he accidentally shot himself in the hand.
    9. GADSDEN, AL, 11/23/13: A Gadsden man cut a bullet out of his own stomach after accidentally shooting himself while playing with a gun, according to police. The 35-year-old man told police he had been out partying at nightclubs before he and a group of others went to his home in the 200 block of North 3rd Street in east Gadsden. The man said they started talking about going to the shooting range later in the day, and he started spinning a pistol around his finger. The gun went off and a bullet struck the man's stomach, but didn't exit through his back. "The man told police he could feel the bullet under his skin so he took a knife and cut it out himself," Captain Bobby Jackson with Gadsden PD said.
    10. MERTZON, TX, 11/23/13: Former Wall High School student McCall Miller was injured in a hunting accident on Saturday, and is in need of A+ blood to stabilize, say relatives and close friends of the family. The 18-year-old teenager was shot in the abdomen when a gun allegedly went off by accident near Mertzon around 7:00 p.m. Saturday, according to friends.
    11. STATEN ISLAND, NY, 11/23/13: Depending on which story he told, Lavon Gordon either hurt himself when he fell, got shot at a bar, or accidentally shot himself at a party, according to authorities. At first, he told hospital staff that he didn't get shot, but rather he fell, a law enforcement source said. Then he told police he was shot at a bar after someone pulled a gun, the source said. Finally, Gordon provided this account to detectives, "I went to a party on Jersey Street. A person at the party gave me the gun and I put it in my pocket. At first, I didn't feel myself shot, but then I noticed the blood and ran out of the house to Katherine [his girlfriend, according to the law enforcement source] and told her to take me to the hospital because I was shot," according to court papers.
    12. WALTHOURVILLE, GA, 11/23/13: A Liberty County High School senior, Austin John Eisner, 18, died from an accidental gunshot wound Sunday at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah. The accidental shooting took place Saturday at Coastal Auto Parts and Recycling near Walthourville. Eisner was transported to Memorial by helicopter.
      According to a Long County Sheriff’s Office incident report, Eisner had parked his vehicle near the delivery area of the recycling center. A Coastal Auto Parts employee reported hearing a gunshot over the sound of machinery, and three witnesses who were in the recycling center’s scales area saw Eisner fall backwards with what appeared to be an injury to the right side of his forehead, according to the LCSO report.
    13. MARLETTE TOWNSHIP, MI, 11/23/13: Authorities in Michigan's Thumb have released the name of an 11-year-old boy who was accidentally shot to death by a friend during a sleepover. MLive.com says that Marlette schools superintendent Alan Broughton identifies the dead boy as Tyler Dunn, a student at Marlette Elementary School. The Sanilac County sheriff's department said earlier that the victim was 12. According to authorities, Tyler was at a sleepover Nov. 23 in Marlette Township when the shooting occurred. Sheriff Garry Biniecki says a 12-year-old was showing the victim a lever-action older rifle when it fired. The sheriff says no adults were home at the time. An autopsy shows that Tyler died of a shot to the head.
    14. TOPEKA, KS, 11/24/13: A Topeka man was taken to a Topeka hospital Sunday evening after he accidentally shot himself in the leg while cleaning a gun, according to the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office. The man, who is the owner of the home where the incident occurred, is in his 70s. He was cleaning a pistol about 5:30 p.m. in the 3700 block of N.E. Seward when it accidentally discharged, said Sgt. Brad Jones. The man was struck by a .410 shotgun blast in his “upper, left thigh,” Jones said.
    15. LYNDON, WI, 11/24/13: Sheboygan County Sheriff’s officials on Sunday, November 24th responded to a non-fatal hunting accident in the Town of Lyndon. Officials say a 911 caller reported a 52-year-old Cascade man was accidentally shot in the back of a leg while deer hunting in a stand. The investigation is ongoing, and will be completed by the DNR.
    16. PINE VALLEY, CA, 11/24/13: A man who was hunting east of Pine Valley shot himself in the leg, a San Diego County sheriff’s lieutenant said. The man’s are not expected to be life threatening. He was air lifted by Mercy Air shortly after 9 a.m. from near Buckman Springs Road off Interstate 8, according to Lt. Clayton Lisk. According to Lisk, “U.S. Forest Service rangers will investigate.
    17. COLUMBUS, OH, 11/24/13: A 5-year-old boy was hospitalized after, police said, he shot himself in the foot. According to Columbus police, at about 8:14 a.m. Sunday, officers responded to a shooting in the area of Eton Grove and Leonard Avenue. When police arrived on scene, they say they found a 5-year-old boy with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the foot.
    18. FLOWOOD, MS, 11/24/13: Churchgoers got quite a scare at Pinelake Church in Rankin County Sunday morning. Flowood Police say a man's gun accidentally discharged as he was sitting down. Officers took Joseph Edgar Ray into custody. He was in possession of a 9mm handgun. According to police, Ray's gun was in his front right pocket and went off as he sat down. He's been charged with Discharging a Firearm in the City. Ray will appear in Flowood Municipal Court Jan. 9. MORE: Authorities tell us Ray has an enhanced carry gun permit, which gives him the right to carry a concealed weapon in public. Pinelake has posted signs prohibiting weapons on church property. The signs are not clearly visible so Ray may not have seen them, officials say. There were no injuries. But one woman was hit on the leg by the bullet after it ricocheted off the floor. [Ed. note: What?]
    19. KIHEI, HI, 11/24/13: A 62-year-old Maui man died in an apparent hunting accident in which a gun from another member of the group accidentally discharged and struck him in the head, police said. The incident was reported at 11:36 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013 at property owned by Haleakalā Ranch at the end of Līpoa Street in Kīhei. Maui police have since identified the man as Theodore Cabos Jr. of Kula, Maui, saying he was pronounced dead at the scene.
    20. CLEVELAND, OH, 11/24/13: A Cleveland man in his early 20s accidentally shot himself in the head, police say, around 7:30 p.m. on Sunday. It happened on the 3400 block of W. 41st street. EMS said the man was transported to MetroHealth Medical Center in critical condition. Police are still investigating details surrounding the incident.
    21. ORLANDO, FL, 11/24/13: A 16-year-old girl is in the hospital Monday morning fighting for her life following a shooting at a house party. Orange County deputies say the teen was shot at her home on Ravenwood Ave off South Rio Grande. Her family says it was an accident. She was reportedly playing with friends and the gun accidentally fired. The sheriff's office tells us the girl is critically injured.
    22. BOZEMAN, MT, 11/24/13: A 25-year-old Bozeman man shot by accident over the weekend is reportedly in fair condition at a Billings hospital. According to the Bozeman Police Department, Benjamin Johnson, 22, said he was woken up by a loud noise and the smoke detectors going off. Johnson told police that after checking his apartment he found his gun, a 44 magnum revolver, on the floor in the bedroom with one round discharged, and a hole in the ceiling. Police say the bullet hit the neighbor in the leg.
    23. ANDERSON CO., TN, 11/24/13: An Anderson County man accidentally shot himself in the hand Sunday night when he tried to force the wrong caliber of ammunition into his pistol. Carlie Indmon Phillips, 45, sustained the wound Sunday night at a home on Hillbilly Way and was taken to Methodist Medical Center for treatment of an injury to his left index finger, according to an Anderson County Sheriff’s Department report. Phillips had been called to his sister’s nearby home by his sister, who thought she had seen a prowler on the property. He grabbed his .357 Magnum revolver and went to her house but had no ammunition for the gun. His sister gave him .38 caliber ammo, and when he tried to force the round into the weapon by tapping it with his pocketknife, the round went off, striking him in the hand.
    24. HALF MOON BAY, CA, 11/24/13: 4100 block of North Cabrillo Highway, 5:30 a.m. Sunday An 18-year-old man accidentally fired a gun inside a residence, which activated a fire alarm and sprinkler system. The teen eventually confessed to responding deputies and fire personnel.
    25. RENO CO., KS, 11/25/13: Police are investigating a shooting incident that reportedly occurred in Reno County on Monday. According to police, two 17-year-old’s from Wichita were on their way to Hutchinson. One had a gun in a waist band. He was driving the vehicle and the gun went off striking him in the leg.
    26. DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MI, 11/25/13: An 11-year-old boy is in the hospital this morning after being shot in the head. At this time, the shooting is being called an accident. The 11-year-old victim is in serious condition at Children’s Hospital. It happened on Kingsbury Street in Dearborn Heights. The 15-year-old was reportedly playing with the gun, accidentally pulled the trigger and shot the 11-year-old in the head. The boy's father and girlfriend were reportedly not aware the teen had a gun.
    27. LAKELAND, FL, 11/25/13: Polk deputies are investigating what appears to be the accidental shooting death of a 2-year-old child in Lakeland. Investigators say on Monday evening, 29-year-old Stephanie Nealy went to her truck to retrieve a pre-paid card, and her 2-year-old son Taj Ayesh followed her outside. Nealy told detectives a loaded gun was in the truck and she moved it aside as she searched for the card. Nealy told detectives that at one point she was facing away from the truck, when she heard a gunshot and saw her son fall to the ground behind her. Taj was rushed to Lakeland Regional Medical Center, but he did not survive his injuries.
    28. WINTER HAVEN, FL, 11/25/13: A Florida woman fatally shot her daughter who was holding a 4-month-old baby in her arms because the woman thought it was her boyfriend at her front door, according to police. Bing's 25-year-old daughter, Ruby Bing, was found at her doorstep after suffering an apparent gunshot wound to her chest. The mother told police that she feared it was her boyfriend banging on her front door to get in after they got into a violent fight earlier in the day. "The boyfriend, 39 year-old James Lane was at the hospital being treated for injuries to his head after Adele Bing hit him with a gun," according to police. In an alleged bid to protect herself, the 52-year-old armed herself with a gun and a baseball bat. "As she opened the door a shot was fired, hitting her daughter in the upper chest. The 4 month-old was not injured," said police.
    29. MOLLIE, NC, 11/25/13: A hunting accident claimed the life of 79-year-old Vernon Bryant Gurganus Monday afternoon near Mollie. Another hunter, also an acquaintance, noticed from a distance that the door of Gurganus’s truck was open and went to investigate. He found Gurganus on the ground with a single shotgun wound to the middle of his chest. Master Officer Keith Rogers of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission said that Gurganus apparently tried to remove a double barrel shotgun from behind the seat of the truck by grabbing the muzzle and pulling it toward him. The gun, loaded with buckshot, accidentally discharged. Gurganus, of Butler Town Road, Clarendon, had called his wife about 12:30 to say he was going hunting, and he was found around 4 p.m., Rogers said. The accident occurred near the 6200 block of Lebanon Church Road. The truck was a considerable distance from the highway.
    30. ASHEBORO, NC, 11/26/13: The Randolph County Sheriff's Office is investigating the accidental shooting of a 3-year-old girl in Asheboro. Around 12:45 p.m. today, sheriff's deputies went to a home on Cameron Circle in response to a call of an accidental shooting, according to a report from the office. A woman was in the home with her child and her boyfriend's two children, according to the report. The woman reported that she was cleaning when she heard a gunshot. She found the 3-year-old daughter of her boyfriend shot by another child of the same age, according to the sheriff's office. The sheriff's office did not specify whose child fired the shot. The bullet struck the child in the arm and entered her abdominal area, according to the report. She was transported to an area hospital for treatment. The sheriff's office says a 22-caliber rifle was found unsecured in the room where the children were playing. The gun was in the corner of the room, according to the sheriff's office, but how the child got a hold of the gun is not yet known.
    31. MACLENNY, FL, 11/26/13: A 13-year-old boy is critically injured when he's shot in the chest by his older brother. Baker County Sheriff Joey Dobson tells WOKV News the teenager was shot Tuesday night around 8:30pm in Macclenny. His older brother, 18-year-old Joseph Macquarrie, was arrested for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. According to Dobson, the brother claims the gun accidentally went off. The police report says at first, the 18-year-old claimed his brother was shot at the fairgrounds. Later he admitted to accidentally shooting him as he was moving his gun.
    32. SUMTER CO., SC, 11/26/13: Investigators with the Sumter County Sheriff's Office expect to file charges in the case of a 14-year-old boy shot in the leg Tuesday. Charges won't be filed against another teen who accidentally fired the weapon while "playing" with it in a home in the 4200 block of Wrangler Trail. But the owner of the handgun could face a charge of unlawful neglect of a child for failing to secure the gun where the children couldn't get access to it. Emergency responders were called to the home about 2:30 p.m. after a 15-year-old boy reportedly shot the younger boy in the thigh. He reportedly got the weapon from a neighboring home and went to show it to a friend when the gun discharged. "This happened at the home next door to where the gun was kept," said Lt. Robert Burnish with the sheriff's office investigations division. "He got the gun and was showing it off, and unfortunately it was loaded and went off." The gun reportedly came from the same address where another child was shot last year. On July 2, 2012, a 4-year-old boy was transported from a home on Wrangler Trail to Palmetto Health Richland after he apparently picked up an unsecured handgun and shot himself in the foot.
    33. SIERRA BLANCA, TX, 11/27/13: A man shot himself in the right hand and a passenger in a leg Wednesday morning when his gun went off near the Sierra Blanca Border Patrol checkpoint, officials said. The 30-year-old man had a gun and wanted to put it on safety before going to the check point at about 9:45 a.m. The man tried to put the safety on about 100 yards west of the checkpoint, but the gun went off and shot him and his passenger, Hudspeth County Sheriff's officials said. The bullet went through the man's right hand and into the left thigh of the 28-year-old woman passenger. Both were taken to University Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries, sheriff's officials said.
    34. WICHITA, KS, 11/27/13: A four and nine year old were still in their pajamas this morning, hoping what happened last night, was all a nightmare. The two girls were sleeping in their bed, when a stray bullet came through their bedroom wall on South Florence Street. Nobody was injured, but it did cause a scare for the family. "We were sleeping and we heard one sound and my husband went to look out, he looked and there was a shot, and we were scared for my kids," said homeowner Carmen Vargas. Wichita Police are holding a person of interest after the shot was fired from the Oasis Lounge parking lot on West Maple at around 10 p.m.
    35. LORAIN, OH, 11/27/13: Police have made an arrest in the Wednesday evening shooting on the city’s south side. Walter Maldonado, 44, is facing a charge of felonious assault in the shooting of 36-year-old Vivien Garcia, Detective Buddy Sivert said. Maldonado told detectives he and Garcia are married. Maldonado and Garcia arrived about 8:45 p.m. at 1531 E. 31st St., to settle an ongoing dispute with a male who resides at the home, Sivert said. It’s believed the shooting was the result of that dispute, he said. “Somehow it got out of hand, which resulted in Vivien Garcia being shot,” Sivert said. Garcia was standing on the front porch of the home at the time of the shooting, but is believed to have been accidentally shot by Maldonado. “We don’t think she was the target,” Sivert said.
    36. EL MONTE, CA, 11/28/13: A police officer in El Monte is recovering after shooting himself in the leg Thursday, officials said. The officer responded to a fight near the intersection of Brockway Street and Utah Avenue around 1:15 a.m. When he arrived, the two men who were fighting took off in separate vehicles and led police on a short pursuit. While one of the alleged suspects was being arrested, the officer accidentally shot himself in the leg.
    37. MAYODAN, NC, 11/28/13: NC Wildlife says a 14-year-old boy accidentally shot himself Thursday morning while hunting. The investigating officer told WFMY News 2 paramedics airlifted the boy to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, where he is in critical, but stable condition. The boy was hunting on family land just before dawn in the area of Odell and Ayersville roads. "He's a very safe hunter - he just made a bad mistake," said James Brim, the victim's grandfather. The officer said he was in the process of tying rope around the gun before climbing up into a tree stand. The firearm discharged and shot him in the upper leg while he was still standing beside the tree. After inspecting the area, NC Wildlife said the ladder for the tree stand the boy was going to use was not in good condition. They said the boy tried to tie the loaded gun—with the safety off—near the trigger.
    38. SNOVER, MI, 11/28/13: A 16-year-old boy was wounded Thursday after shooting himself in the foot while hunting. According to the Sanilac County Sheriff’s Department, the boy was hunting on property in the Snover area. He reportedly tripped and accidentally discharged his firearm, between 5 and 5: 30 p.m., shooting himself in the foot.
    39. LAPORTE, IN, 11/28/13: A mother and her teenage daughter outside LaPorte were baking cookies for Thanksgiving when a bullet came flying through their living room window. Except for some jangled nerves, no one was hurt. "It was kind of a shock thing. Everybody is fine," Coby Moody said, the boyfriend of the woman involved. Moody said he was heading home from work when called by his girlfriend, Carrie Patton, about what just occurred. According to the LaPorte County Sheriff's Department, Patton and her 13-year-old daughter, Brooke, were baking sugar cookies when they heard a "pop" outside their home in the 2600 block of North County Road 50 West. They moved a couch away from the wall thinking the noise was from an electrical outlet going bad. That’s when they saw a hole in the double pane window and a piece of a bullet on the floor below the curtains. Authorities said responding officers soon found another bullet fragment lodged in the thick curtains.
    40. CHICAGO, IL, 11/28/13: A man accidentally shot in the South Shore neighborhood early Thursday while allegedly struggling with his wife over a gun has been charged with domestic battery. Fredrick Payton, 43, was in an argument with his 57-year-old wife in the 7800 block of South Cregier Avenue about 12:55 a.m. when he allegedly began to hit her with his fists, police said. He then grabbed a gun and threatened to shoot her, police claim. They began to struggle over the gun, and it discharged and hit the man in the ear, police said.
    41. BLOOMINGTON, TX, 11/28/13: Janiemarie Perez Clay, 22, was jailed Friday in Victoria, charged with murder in the Thanksgiving Day shooting death of her teenage brother, who was killed as the two evidently struggled over a handgun. Ricardo Rico Deleon, 17, died at the scene of the shooting early Thursday at a home in Bloomington, 10 miles southeast of Victoria. Sandra Deleon Ramirez says her two children were playing with the gun. She said she told her son to put the weapon away and says she thinks her daughter was trying to take the gun when it accidentally fired.
    42. WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, MI, 11/28/13: Authorities are investigating a shooting incident on Thanksgiving Day that police say transpired after a homeowner began passing around a loaded firearm to house guests. Macomb County Sheriff Lt. John Michalke said a 56-year-old White Lake Township woman was handling the gun—being passed from person-to-person inside the home in the 58000 block of Deerfield—and pulled the trigger, causing it to discharge and strike her sister in the arm. The woman who fired the round apparently didn’t realize the gun was loaded, he said. Police say the shooting occurred after the homeowner, a 48-year-old Washington Township man, retrieved the loaded Glock 21 handgun from a nightstand to show to his guests.
    43. BOYCEVILLE, WI, 11/28/13: A Menomonie deer hunter is in critical condition after he was shot in the stomach by members of his own hunting party. WEAU-TV reported that 52-year-old Brian Kohnke was participating in a deer drive Thursday morning near Boyceville in western Wisconsin when he was shot. He was flown to a hospital in St. Paul and was in critical condition Friday. A deer drive is a hunting technique in which hunters attempt to flush deer into firing lanes. Bill Yearman of the Department of Natural Resources said about 20 hunters were involved in the deer drive and Kohnke was one of five standers. Yearman said a deer ran by and several shots were fired — one hit Kohnke in the stomach.
    44. CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 11/29/13: A 23-year-old woman is in critical condition after a friend accidentally shot her at close range with a shotgun he thought was unloaded. Reports say the woman was shot by a 12-guage shotgun after a group of friends went to a South Euclid bar and returned home after midnight on Thursday. A 31-year-old Columbus man who the shotgun belonged to and a 22-year-old Cleveland Heights man who told police he pulled the trigger were both arrested on suspicion of felonious assault. Police said there appears to be no intent to shoot the woman, but they are still investigating. Reports say a group of friends met up Wednesday at a home in the 2300 block of Tullamore Road. The 31-year-old man who had driven to the home from Columbus with a 12-gauge shotgun in his trunk didn't want to take the gun to the bar, so he left it inside the home, reports say. Reports say the Columbus man showed the woman's boyfriend the gun earlier in the day, when it was unloaded. At some point, reports say, the Columbus man loaded the gun. The group returned to the home and at about 12:20 a.m., the 22-year-old man picked up the shotgun in the living room and was looking at it. Reports say he pointed the gun at the woman and fired a shot less than five feet away from the woman. The blast struck her in the stomach and chest, and buckshot struck her in the right bicep area, severely damaging the arm, reports say. Reports say the woman panicked and started running back and forth between rooms until she was forced to lie on the floor.
    45. NEW YORK, NY, 11/29/13: A Manhattan man cleaning a hunting rifle accidently unleashed a shot into the ceiling of an apartment that was packed with family, sending debris tumbling onto his four-year old grandson, sources said. The unidentified 50-year-old man was preparing to go hunting this weekend, was cleaning his gun just before 10:40 a.m. at a fifth-floor apartment in the Vladeck II Houses at 16 Jackson St., near Madison Street, according to the sources. He didn't realize the gun was loaded, sources said. When the gun discharged, a round smashed into the concrete ceiling, sending a piece of debris falling onto a 4-year-old boy, who began to bleed, sources said. The child was taken to New York Downtown Hospital with minor injuries. [The man's daughter] said her father, who goes deer hunting every weekend, is usually cautious when he handles his hunting rifles. "He always puts safeties on them," she said. "He doesn't leave his guns out."
    46. WINCHESTER, KY, 11/29/13: A 17-year-old Winchester boy is currently being treated at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital after a hunting accident Friday morning. The juvenile, whose name has not been released, was duck hunting with friends at about 9:30 a.m. when he was shot in the side, according to Clark County Sheriff Berl Perdue. The juvenile was trying to walk through rutted, muddy terrain by a pond on Rennick Station Road, and Perdue said he may have used his rifle to steady himself. The rifle safety was not on, and Perdue said the barrel was pointed toward the juvenile when it was accidentally fired. “He probably had it by the barrel and it went off on him,” Perdue said. Officers believe the boy had limited experience with firearms, Perdue said.
    47. MERIDIAN, MS, 11/29/13: A local teenager is dead following an apparent accidental shooting in Meridian on Friday afternoon. MPD was called to a home on 30th Avenue about 2:00. Authorities say a 17-year-old was shot in the head accidentally. He was rushed to the hospital, but Lauderdale County Coroner Clayton Cobler says he died a short time later.
    48. SAN ANTONIO, TX, 11/29/13: A woman was shot near her hip yesterday while “looking at guns” with family members. She was hit when a gun was accidentally fired, according to a statement by Bexar County sheriff's spokesman Paul Berry. The victim was airlifted to a hospital. Barry said he does not know what kind of condition she was in or which hospital she was taken to. He also did not know if any charges were filed, but said, “based on activity, I doubt charges were filed yesterday.”
    49. KINGSPORT, TN, 11/29/13: A Kingsport man is in critical condition after accidentally shooting himself on Friday afternoon, when a loaded shotgun discharged as he retrieved a Christmas tree stand from his vehicle. The incident occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m. at Ingles, 4317 Fort Henry Drive. Seasonal Christmas tree sales are currently operating in the parking lot. Kingsport Police Department Public Information Officer Tom Patton says Michel H. Bledsoe, 59, had purchased a tree. He then went to his vehicle to retrieve a tree stand, according to Patton, and apparently shifted a loaded 12-gauge shotgun that was in the backseat.
    50. KINGSTON, TN, 11/29/13: Authorities are ruling a fatal shooting late Friday night as accidental, according to a Roane County Sheriff’s Department incident report. William H. York, 42, College Grove Road, Rockwood, died after he shot himself in the right temple. The report said a .357-caliber Colt handgun was recovered at the scene. Chief Deputy Tim Phillips said Tuesday it’s uncertain how the mishap occurred. He said York had been watching a western movie and his wife and 10-year-old daughter were dozing in the same room when the “cowboy-style” single-action pistol discharged. Deputies responded just before 11 p.m. Friday, and York was pronounced dead at the scene.
    51. DANIELSON, CT, 11/29/13: A Scotland man has been arrested in an incident Friday night in which a woman accidently shot herself in her hand, police said. Norman Langevin, 47, got in a physical fight with the woman, police said, while the woman was retrieving a cellphone. The woman took a small-caliber handgun belonging to Langevin, state police said. She told police that while she was trying to make the gun safe, it fired into her.
    52. LAKEWOOD, NJ, 11/29/13: A bullet hit woman in the back while she was sitting at her kitchen table at the High Point Condominums last week, police said Tuesday. The woman, who wasn’t identified, was hit in the back at 8 p.m. Nov. 29 while she sat inside her condominium complex on Prospect Street, according to a statement by Detective Sgt. Greg Staffordsmith, a spokesman for the township police department. Staffordsmith said the bullet went through a wall, then hit the woman in the back. “Officers who responded learned that the the resident was struck in the back as she sat at her kitchen table. Further investigation revealed that the gunman had fired a bullet through an exterior and interior wall,” Staffordsmith said. He said the shot was fired from outside the building.

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    Lowe's knows... I have a gun, because I just shot myself with it in their parking lot: GunFAIL XLVII



    Just your basic, routine, 40+ GunFAIL events week. Though once again, the hunting season is responsible for about a quarter of those listed. I count 11 clear hunting accidents this past week, two more that came in as late reports from prior weeks, plus one more that isn't as clearly labeled a hunting accident, but was being investigated by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, ordinarily a pretty clear indication that it's hunting-related. That brings the total for this installment of GunFAIL to 14.



    If we make a similar assumption, we find a total of four accidents occurring while someone was cleaning a still-loaded gun. There are three clear examples, plus one more that happened while the owner was "breaking down" his gun, usually a prelude to cleaning. Though again, it must be admitted that unloading a gun is usually a prelude to breaking it down, so clearly not everything is working as it should be, and maybe I assume too much.


    Five "home invasion" shootings are among the entries this week, plus one that fell from the owner's pocket and shot his wife, one that shot its brand new owner immediately following its purchase, and one used to shoot yet another suspected "intruder" who turned out to be the gun owner's caretaker who'd come to check on him.


    Continuing the Christmas shopping season's hottest trend, another gun carrier has accidentally discharged his weapon while out at the stores, this time shooting himself in the parking lot outside a Lowe's home improvement store in Pocatello, ID.


    The child victims of GunFAIL were mercifully few last week. Just five were found, ages 5, 15, 15, 16 and 17. Many of you have, no doubt, by now become aware of the story of the 3-year-old killed in Indianapolis on Saturday. That particular tragedy does not go unrecognized, but it won't be included until our next installment.


    In our continuing count of guns found in schools, I found stories last week from: Toledo, OH; Durham, NC; Camden, SC; Winter Garden, FL (where at least one Daily Kos reader I know of has a child in attendance); Omaha, NE, and; San Francisco, CA.


    On a slightly more positive note, I thought you might find it interesting to know that our military, which has some considerable experience with firearms and which generally frowns on members carrying arms in the routine course of business on base, has taken on one more precaution for its members: private gun ownership mentoring. Why? "The idea for this was to put together some form of mentorship in terms of privately owned weapons due to the numbers in trends that the Army is seeing with soldiers injuring themselves with weapons they purchased," said a spokesman. Glad to see the Army keeping an eye on reality, and being willing to address a real world problem, rather than relying on some kind of Invisible Hand of Freedom to do it for them.


    Without further ado, this week's installment, below the fold.


    1. MCKENZIE CO., ND, 11/14/13: Kaelan Macdonald and his family spent the past three weeks, including Thanksgiving, in a St. Paul, MN, hospital after he was shot in the eye while pheasant hunting. Russell Macdonald said he and he his son were deer hunting with two others Nov. 14 on their family farm in McKenzie County, about 20 miles southeast of Bismarck. He said the deer hunting was slow that Sunday so the group decided to walk a slough where they had seen some pheasants earlier in the day. When they reached the slough, Kaelan and one of his friends walked the edge to the other side and Macdonald and a family friend went through the middle. When a rooster flushed, the friend fired with Kaelan 80 yards directly down range. Russell Macdonald said it was then the magnitude of his son’s situation hit hard for him and his wife. “I have never felt fear like that before,” he said. Admittedly, Russell Macdonald said they didn’t follow safe hunting rules — and it cost his son dearly. He said one of the biggest things is thinking something like this couldn’t happen to them. He said he plans on sharing his story with others when it comes to proper hunting safety and how, in an instant, things can go wrong.
    2. FORTY FORT, PA, 11/21/13: Forty Fort police took out a search warrant on a man who accidentally shot himself in the face—but allegedly wasn't supposed to possess a gun. Martin Dartoe, 24, of Center Street, is prohibited from owning a firearm because he has an active protection from abuse order out on him, police said. According to the warrant application, Forty Fort Officer Adam Michaels was sent to Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center on Nov. 22 on a report of a man who had come in seeking treatment for injuries to his right and left cheeks. The man, identified as Dartoe, first told hospital staff that he didn't know how he got the injuries. He later told staff the injuries were from a knife, but then changed his story again and said they were from the accidental discharge of a firearm, possibly a .38 caliber revolver. Dartoe said a friend, whom he didn't identify, owned a .38 caliber revolver, but he didn't recall how he sustained the gunshot injury, and said he was done speaking with police about the incident because it was an accident. At Dartoe's apartment, a man identified only by the name Taylor invited police in and told them that on Nov. 21, he, Dartoe and two other men he didn't know were in the apartment. Taylor said Dartoe brought out a gun and handed it to one of the men. The man unloaded the gun and handed it back to Dartoe. Dartoe then put the gun on the right side of his face, and the gun discharged. Taylor said Dartoe then put the gun in a lockbox and began to clean himself up.
    3. NASHUA, NH, 11/23/13: A New York man was charged Tuesday with reckless conduct as a result of a shooting Nov. 23 involving a handgun police say he accidentally fired into his hand, with the same bullet injuring an adult female. Justin Morales, 29, of 18 Vermont View Drive, Apt. 12, Watervliet, N.Y., was arrested by Nashua police and charged with reckless conduct, a class B felony. Police say on Nov. 23 at around 10:30 p.m., Morales fired the shot inside an apartment at 39 Congress St. When police arrived, they found Morales and a woman they did not identify both shot by the same bullet. Morales told police at the time he was breaking down the handgun while it was still loaded. Police said the weapon was fired and a bullet went through his hand and then into the upper leg of the woman, who police said lived at the apartment.
    4. CHICKASHA, OK, 11/29/13: A Chickasha man accidentally shot himself in the head with a gun Nov. 29, according to local police. Chickasha Police Officer Joel Hendrix said he met with Jordan Seibold in the 800 block of 12th Street at 2:42 a.m. in reference to a gunshot victim. Seibold said her boyfriend was in the bedroom and had accidentally shot himself. Hendrix said he entered the residence where he found Samuel Bingaman in bed holding a towel on his head. "Bingaman said he was playing with his 22 caliber revolver and accidentally shot himself in the head," said Hendrix. "I noticed the revolver lying on the floor next to the bed, underneath a night stand. Seibold said Bingaman told her he had unloaded the gun. "Bingaman began to spin the gun on his finger, playing around when the gun fired," said Hendrix. "The bullet entered the top right of his head bouncing off the skull and exiting from the top of his head."
    5. CHEROKEE CO., OK, 11/29/13: A $1,000 reward is being offered for information about the person who shot a hunter in the arm last week in Cherokee County. John Mason, 27, of Wagoner was in the Welling area with his father, and the two were leaving the woods about 6:20 p.m. Friday. “Apparently, his dad heard the shot and heard (Mason) say something,” said Jason Chennault, Cherokee County undersheriff. “That’s how he knew he’d been shot.” We had a description of a vehicle that was seen in the area,” Chennault said. “We haven’t found the vehicle. They may have witnessed something. We can’t say what they might have seen.” The vehicle is described as a red four-door Dodge pickup. Mason’s condition was unavailable Monday. He had gone to W.W. Hastings in Tahlequah and was then flown to a hospital in Tulsa, Chennault said. “His arm was pretty mangled up,” he said. “Deputies said it would take several surgeries to correct it.” Meek said Cherokee County hasn’t had a hunting accident reported in the last four years. “This has been an unfortunate year for Cherokee County,” he said. “Our guys are working three accidents right now. Last year in all of Oklahoma there were only six accidents. Two were fatal.
    6. GABRIELS, NY, 11/29/13: An accidentally discharged gun left a man wounded and led to two arrests. Ray Brook-based state police said they responded to a report of an accidental discharge of a firearm on Nov. 29 at a residence on Franklin County Route 60 in Gabriels. Upon arrival, police discovered Jonathan D. Michael, 32, had suffered a gunshot wound to his left leg. Audra L. Muncil, 33, and Michael, who live together at the residence, told police that the discharge occurred accidentally while Michael was cleaning his .22-caliber Marlin rifle. Police said further investigation revealed that Muncil and Michael were fighting while Michael was holding the rifle, and it discharged into the back of Michael's leg when Muncil attempted to take it from him.
    7. MANCHESTER, NH, 11/30/13: A 5-year-old suffered an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound early Saturday morning in Manchester, police said. The child was treated for non-life-threatening injuries at the Elliot Hospital after the shooting was reported at 2:30 a.m. at 420 Spruce St., police said. The mother and her boyfriend told officers the child was playing with a handgun, which belongs to the boyfriend, Sonday Bishop, 28, police said. Manchester police seized the .22-caliber handgun.
    8. POCATELLO, ID, 11/30/13: A man accidentally shot himself with a handgun in a vehicle outside the Lowe's home improvement store here on Saturday. The incident occurred at 11:30 a.m. when the man returned to his vehicle in the Lowe's parking lot after shopping at Lowe's and was placing his handgun into a holster. Somehow the gun went off, shooting the man.
    9. MONROE, LA, 11/30/13: A man is recovering in the hospital after accidentally shooting himself in the leg Saturday morning. An elderly man was in his carport on East Rimes Street when a handgun fell out of his jacket pocket and hit the ground. The gun discharged, shooting him in his right thigh/groin area. When Monroe Police were called to the scene around 9:30 a.m., the man was alert and with his family.
    10. WEST GARDINER, ME, 11/30/13: A hunting accident Saturday morning sent a Neck Road man to the hospital after he apparently slipped and shot himself in the foot. District Game Warden Steve Allarie said Zachary Woods, 31, was injured. “He was apparently beginning to start his hunt behind his residence and heard what he thought could be a deer,” Allarie said. He said Woods flipped off the safety and the firearm went off when he slipped on some rocks, striking himself in the right foot.
    11. KEARNS, UT, 11/30/13: A teenager shot in Kearns during a home invasion robbery Saturday was reportedly staged, police said early Sunday morning. While processing the scene Saturday, evidence was not consistent with the story told from the victim, the release stated. Detectives interviewed the boy again and he reportedly admitted the wound was self-inflicted. Unified Police received a 911 call on a report of a home invasion robbery and shooting from 5292 S. Leprechaun Lane Satuday. The 17-year-old victim told dispatchers two suspects entered his home and pointed a gun at him. The call was disconnected – when the victim called back a few minutes later he claimed he had exchanged gunfire with the suspects and was shot, according to a press release from Unified Police.
    12. DUVALL, WA, 11/30/13: A King County sheriff's spokesman says a deputy conducting a trailhead check discovered a man dead with a gunshot wound to the chest. Deputy Charlie Akers says the deputy found the man next to his vehicle Saturday night at about 9:20 p.m. near Duvall, about 25 miles northeast of Seattle. Akers said in a statement it appears the man accidentally shot himself as he was putting away his gear after a day of hunting.
    13. WICHITA, KS, 11/30/13: The sister was slightly wounded by shotgun pellets. No charges will be filed, said Wichita police Lt. Doug Nolte. The shooting took place in the 1900 block of Pinebay, Nolte said. The man was showing the shotgun to his sister at about 8:20 p.m Saturday when the gun went off. The pellets hit the carpeted, concrete basement floor, and some of them struck the girl, Nolte said.
    14. MILTON, FL, 11/30/13: A Florida Panhandle man is dead after a deer hunting accident. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Stan Kirkland says 30-year-old Christopher Garrett was hunting on land owned by his family when he was shot on Saturday afternoon. Investigators say Garrett had been hunting in deer stands with Johnny Farmer when both left their stands around dusk. The Pensacola News Journal reports Farmer saw motion in the woods and fired his shotgun, striking Garrett. Kirkland says neither man was wearing hunter orange, but deer hunters aren't required to wear orange on private land.
    15. DE SOTO, MO, 12/01/13: A 32-year-old man now faces charges after police say he allegedly misfired a handgun while drunk and shot a woman in De Soto. On Sunday, December 1, officers with the De Soto Police Department responded to an apartment in the 1200 block of Sycamore Hills Drive in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, officers spoke with a 32-year-old male who told them there was a woman in the apartment who had been shot. Officers discovered the victim, a 21-year-old female, who was suffering from a gunshot wound to the neck.
    16. NEWARK, NJ, 12/01/13: The shooting of a 15-year-old Elizabeth boy in Newark on Sunday night was ruled accidental, police officials said. The victim, who was not identified, was shot in the mouth on Fairview Avenue around 7 p.m. on Sunday after his friend accidentally fired a gun in his direction, according to Newark Police Director Samuel DeMaio. The group of teens were apparently playing with the weapon in a bedroom when the 15-year-old was shot in the face, DeMaio said.
    17. MOSES LAKE, WA, 12/01/13: A woman was accidentally shot in the chest with a 9 mm pistol on Sunday when a family member discharged a pistol while cleaning it. Terry Cafferty, a 69-year-old Moses Lake man, was cleaning the weapon in the dining room, when he reportedly forgot to remove the loaded magazine and pulled the trigger. The shot went through his forearm, into the living room and struck his daughter-in-law Miriam Cafferty, a 25-year-old woman, in the chest, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office. Both people were taken from the home in the 1,400 block of West Craig Street in the Larson area, near Moses Lake, to Samaritan hospital. Miriam Cafferty was later transferred to Central Washington Hospital. Terry Cafferty was not arrested and charges are not anticipated at this time.
    18. SHEPHERD, TX, 12/01/13: A 30-year-old Shepherd man is dead, the victim of an apparent accidental shooting, according to Chief Deputy James Fitch with the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office. The incident that led to the death of David Atkinson took place at his home on the 100 block of Bob McGowen Road in Shepherd. Atkinson and two other people were cleaning their weapons when one of the guns discharged, striking Atkinson in the neck. He died at the scene. Atkinson was not handling the Glock handgun that killed him. The person who was handling that weapon may be facing criminal charges at the conclusion of the investigation by the sheriff’s office. “This was a Glock handgun. The magazine was removed but there was a round in the chamber and they didn’t realize it,” said Fitch. “Glock is one of the few guns that will fire without a clip in it. The best thing is to treat every gun as if it’s loaded.”
    19. RIVERTON, WY, 12/01/13: A 21-year-old Riverton man was airlifted to Casper after accidentally shooting himself in the leg while duck hunting Sunday morning along the Wind River east of Riverton. The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office says it appears the man lost his footing while walking down an embankment towards the river and dropped his 20-gauge shotgun causing it to go off striking the victim’s right femur.
    20. BOCA RATON, FL, 12/01/13: By all accounts, Justin Holt and Erin Steele were very much in love. They started dating almost immediately after being introduced and were open about saying "I love you" to each other. After almost a year together, the young Pompano Beach couple had become nearly inseparable. On Thanksgiving, Steele and Holt ate dinner at his grandpa's house. Three days later, she shot and killed him. The 911 call about the shooting came just before 11 p.m. Sunday, police said. Officers hurried to the Gables Town Place apartment complex off Military Trail, where they found Holt, Steele and two of their friends. Holt, 22, had been shot in the chest and was taken to Delray Medical Center, where he died soon after. The four people at the apartment told investigators the same story, police said. Madison Flint, who lives there, invited friends over to hang out. One of them, Joshua Henry, brought a pistol and showed it off to the group, police said. They passed it around and practiced firing it without the bullets inside. Then, Henry reloaded the pistol and set it on the counter, police said. Later in the night, Steele picked it up, pointed it at Holt and pulled the trigger, police said. It fired, hitting him in the chest.
    21. LINN CO., IA, 12/01/13: An eastern Iowa man was shot and injured during a weekend hunting trip in Linn County. Eric Harms, 37, of Marion was hit in the leg by shotgun pellets while pheasant hunting Sunday afternoon, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Harms was hunting with Adam Bigley, 29, of Cedar Rapids, at the Wakpicada Nautral Area south of Central City. A group of birds came between them, and both hunters fired when the birds were at or near the ground. Two pellets fired from Bigley's gun penetrated Harms' leg.
    22. CHEVERLY, MD, 12/01/13: A gun was fired on an Orange Line train early Sunday during an argument between two men. A Metro spokesperson said that two men who knew each other were involved in a dispute on a train bound for New Carrollton around 2 a.m. today. "During the incident, one male was struck in the head with a gun by the other male," the spokesperson said. "The contact of the gun with the victim's head caused it to discharge one round, breaking a window on the train." No other passengers on the train were injured. The suspect was arrested at the Cheverly station by a Metro Transit Police officer, and the victim was taken to a hospital with a non-life-threatening laceration.
    23. COSHOCTON CO., OH, 12/02/13: A 63-year-old man died today after he apparently accidentally shot himself during the first day of deer gun season, the Coshocton County Sheriff’s office said. The sheriff’s office was called at 10:27 a.m. to the 28000 block of Rt. 341, on a report of a hunter found dead in a tree stand. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
    24. PANAMA CITY, FL, 12/02/13: The Bay County Sheriff's Office is working a shooting that occurred in the early morning hours of December 2, 2013, and is asking for the public's help to locate two men believed in the home at the time of the shooting. At about 3:30 AM Monday morning, the BCSO responded to a 911 call from the mother of the victim stating her daughter had been shot. Deputies arrived with EMS at the home located at 1416 W. 29th Court, Panama City, and found a victim shot once in the abdomen. BCSO Investigators responded to the scene and spoke with the victim's mother and Blake Youngblood, both of which were in the home with the victim at the time of the shooting. Investigators believe Youngblood and the victim were with two other men in the victim's bedroom playing video games. The three men decided to leave when Youngblood took out his handgun, took the magazine out and accidentally pulled the trigger. The victim was shot once in the abdomen.
    25. MORGAN TOWNSHIP, OH, 12/02/13: In Gallia County, OH, the sheriff's department is looking into what lead to the death of one hunter early Monday morning. According to Sheriff Joe Browning, dispatchers received a call before 9:00 a.m. that a hunter had been found injured in a tree stand. When deputies arrived on scene, Browning said they found Larry Bradley dead of an apparent gunshot wound. Bradley was hunting one mile into the woods off Thaxton Road in Morgan Township, about 30 minutes outside Gallipolis, Ohio. Browning said he was hunting on private property at the time. According to investigators, family members say Bradley left the house to go hunting early Monday morning. They later received a call from him that he was injured.
    26. NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FL, 12/02/13: In an apparent accident, a North Miami Beach man shot and killed another man while watching the New Orleans Saints play the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. Brandon Kyle Lapeikis and Christian Salazar, two 19-year-olds who had drifted apart since high school but had recently started hanging out again, were watching the game inside a bedroom at Lapeikis’ North Miami Beach home in the company of two other friends. All four were smoking marijuana. According to the friends, Lapeikis left the room and returned shortly with a gun. He racked the firearm, pointed it at Salazar’s head, said “Game over” and pulled the trigger. Salazar was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital in extremely grave condition. He died at 10:05 Tuesday morning. Lapeikis later told authorities he did not know the gun was loaded and admitted to pulling the trigger. Police charged him with second-degree murder. The investigation is ongoing.
    27. RACINE, WI, 12/02/13: Two suspects accused in an armed robbery and shooting that occurred on Monday night, December 2nd in Racine have now been charged in the case. The suspects are identified as 16-year-old Damario Redmond of Racine, and 21-year-old Maurice Smith of Waterford. A criminal complaint against Redmond indicates police were dispatched to Sixteenth Street Foods in Racine for a shooting just after 3:00 p.m. on Monday, December 2nd. Officers made contact with the store’s owner, who reported the store had been robbed by two black males wearing hooded sweatshirts, masks and black gloves. The complaint indicates Redmond was armed with a handgun. The suspects were arrested in this case when police received information that a party with a possible gunshot wound to the leg was outside of Twins Food Mart on 16th Street. The criminal complaint says Redmond shot himself in the leg trying to put his gun back into his pants.
    28. HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC, 12/02/13: A Hilton Head Island man shot his gun inside his apartment Monday, leaving holes in the apartment beneath him, according to a Beaufort County Sheriff's Office report. A 26-year-old resident of Delander Court was carrying his gun out of his bedroom sometime between 9:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. when he accidentally fired it into his floor, he told deputies. The 31-year-old woman who lives below him returned home from an overnight shift at work Tuesday morning to find one of her light-switch plates destroyed and holes in her ceiling, wall and floor. The man apologized and offered to pay for the $300 in damages, the report said.
    29. SAVANNAH, GA, 12/02/13: Police in Savannah say a man accused of lying to authorities after accidentally shooting himself has been charged with providing false information to police, obstruction and other offenses. Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police spokesman Julian Miller says 21-year-old Deaussey Ladarius Mungin accidentally shot himself in the finger Monday and told police he was wounded when someone fired at him from a passing vehicle. Miller says police didn't find the crime scene, thought the wound was self-inflicted and asked him to submit to a gun residue test. Mungin instead checked himself out of the hospital and ran. Miller says ammunition fell out of his sweater and police also found marijuana when he was arrested.
    30. OAKLAND TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/02/13: In western Pennsylvania's Venango County, officials said a hunter was shot in the leg and had to be transported to a hospital, state Emergency Management Agency spokesman Cory Angell said.
    31. OWENSBORO, KY, 12/03/13: An Owensboro man was flown to University of Louisville Hospital Tuesday morning after accidentally shooting himself at his home on Kentucky 1389. Capt. Bill Thompson of the Daviess County Sheriff's Department said the man, later identified as Danny R. Word Jr., 38, was retrieving a rifle from his vehicle at about 7:15 a.m. Tuesday when the rifle discharged. Thompson said Word was shot in the upper leg.
    32. YPSILANTI, MI, 12/03/13: Waterford Township native Tammy Flowers was woken around 1:40 this morning to her roommate banging on her door and crying. “When I opened the door, she was sitting on the floor, looked up at me and said, ‘I got shot,’” said Flowers. A bullet had just gone through the wall of their apartment and her roommate, Farmington Hills native Destinee Leapheart, 20, was hit in the upper left arm. Police are looking for the suspect in the shooting. The two are students at Eastern Michigan University and live at Peninsular Place Apartments on Huron River Drive in Ypsilanti. The shot was apparently fired into the air from outside. The unit is in the back of the complex facing the river, and police believe the shots came from across the river. The bullet penetrated the wall right above Leapheart’s bed.
    33. LYONS, OH, 12/03/13: A 21-year-old Oregon man died of an apparent gunshot wound today in a hunting incident in Fulton County's Royalton Township, authorities said. The man's name was not released. Fulton County Sheriff Roy Miller in a statement said that a 911 call at 1:52 p.m. reported the incident near State Rt. 109 and County Road N. The hunter was pronounced dead at the scene.
    34. FEDERAL WAY, WA, 12/03/13: A 19-year-old who allegedly purchased a stolen handgun accidentally shot himself in the abdomen following the transaction in Federal Way on Tuesday night. Federal Way Police officers responded to the call at approximately 10:01 p.m. at 30823 18th Ave. South. Dispatch advised police that the “victim” showed up at his friend’s apartment with an apparent gunshot wound to the abdomen. Upon arrival, the victim stated that he was at an unknown ARCO station and was shot by a black male and a Samoan male. Medics transported the male to Harborview. Further investigation revealed that the 19-year-old met with a Samoan male to purchase a handgun. Following the completed transaction, the victim accidentally shot himself in the abdomen. His injury is considered non-life-threatening.
    35. CORPUS CHRISTI, TX, 12/03/13: Police plan to question a 16-year-old boy being blamed for shooting his girlfriend last night. A family member claims he accidentally shot 15-year-old Mercedes Reyna last night at her home on Huisache Street. They tell us the couple have a 1-year-old child. The teen underwent surgery for a gunshot wound and remains in the hospital.
    36. COLUMBUS, GA, 12/03/13: Wayman McMillian, a suspected member of a Columbus burglary ring, escaped police after allegedly crashing a stolen Nissan Maxima near North Lumpkin Road. He left behind five alleged cohorts — Laquinton Robinson, Ricky Henderson, Jacobee Matthews, Demon Moore and Emmanuel Williams — accused of burglarizing more than two dozen east and north Columbus homes, detectives said. But eluding police fugitive search squads was cut short after McMillian accidentally shot himself in both legs, detectives say. Wayman McMillian, a suspected member of a Columbus burglary ring, escaped police after allegedly crashing a stolen Nissan Maxima near North Lumpkin Road. He left behind five alleged cohorts — Laquinton Robinson, Ricky Henderson, Jacobee Matthews, Demon Moore and Emmanuel Williams — accused of burglarizing more than two dozen east and north Columbus homes, detectives said. But eluding police fugitive search squads was cut short after McMillian accidentally shot himself in both legs, detectives say.
    37. SENECA CO., OH, 12/03/13: A hunter suffered a gunshot wound and was treated at a hospital Tuesday afternoon after a hunting accident in Seneca County. According to reports from the Seneca County Sheriff's Office, a caller from Mercy Willard Hospital reported just after 6 p.m. the hospital was treating a person who was shot during a hunting accident in Seneca County. The report indicates the accident occurred in the area of East TR 106 and South TR 197. Seneca County Sheriff Bill Eckelberry said one hunter was shooting at a coyote between themselves and another hunter when they accidentally shot the second hunter.
    38. KOKOMO, IN, 12/03/13: Whatever prompted a possibly intoxicated man to pull a gun inside Cirilla's novelty store [Ed. note: apparently a "sex shop," according to the item headline] Tuesday backfired. Police said the suspect verbally threatened someone in the store before showing a gun, prompting a short altercation around 4 p.m. The man, who police didn't immediately identify, was led away from the store in handcuffs, one eye swelling shut and blood partially obscuring his face after the incident. Kokomo Police Maj. Brian Seldon said it wasn't a robbery, but said the suspect had made a threat to a store clerk, sparking the melee. "Witnesses in the store started wrestling with the suspect, and were able to take the handgun away from him. The gun went off, but didn't hit anyone," Seldon said, adding it appeared the man had been drinking. Officers at the scene breathalyzed the suspect as he was receiving treatment for his injuries.
    39. STATEN ISLAND, NY, 12/03/13: A Staten Island man got a big shock after going to the hospital and learning he’d been shot. As CBS 2′s Scott Rapoport reported, Edgardo Oquendo, 33, was seriously injured in the accidental shooting. Police believe he was the victim of a stray bullet. Oquendo called his wife on Tuesday saying he fell in his Staten Island home and was bleeding from the head. He was taken to Richmond University Medical Center and given a CAT scan, which showed a bullet in his head. Police found a bullet hole in a wall of Oquendo’s home. CBS 2 cameras captured what appeared to be a bullet hole in his window. Sources say police used laser tracking to try to determine where the shot came from and believe Oquendo was an unintended casualty of a random shooting.
    40. WILKES-BARRE, PA, 12/04/13: A stray bullet almost hit a sleeping girl at a troubled housing complex in Wilkes-Barre. Police said a gun accidentally went off in an apartment in Sherman Hills on North Empire Court around 3 a.m. on Wednesday. Authorities said the bullet went through the floor of an upstairs apartment and hit the floor, just a few feet away from a girl sleeping in bed. Wilkes-Barre Police said the gunshot appears to be an accidental discharge, but officers are still investigating the circumstances.
    41. BRADENTON, FL, 12/04/13: Deputies say a man who was apparently spooked by noises in his house shot one of his caretakers. Manatee County Sheriff's officials say 48-year-old Charles Fletcher had just gone to sleep Wednesday night when the noise awakened him. When he saw someone enter his bedroom, he grabbed a gun he keeps next to his bed and fired. The shot hit Erik Kirby, who is one of several caretakers who look in on Fletcher.
    42. GEORGETOWN, KY, 12/04/13: A 20-year-old Georgetown woman accidentally shot herself Wednesday night, then told police she was shot during a robbery outside her North Hamilton Street home, police said. Samantha Willoughby has been cited on a charge of falsely reporting an incident, Georgetown police Detective Sgt. Jeff Greenfield said. Greenfield said city police responded to Georgetown Community Hospital to a robbery call about 10:36 p.m. Wednesday and spoke to the victim who told officers she had been shot during a robbery. She had been shot in the left abdomen. Meanwhile, city detectives found discrepancies in her story, he said. Evidence at the alleged crime scene indicated she was not shot where she claimed she was. The investigation indicated the shooting had occurred in the woman's car, Greenfield said. Upon her return to Georgetown, officers questioned her and she admitted shooting herself in the car while trying to familiarize herself with a .22-caliber pistol, he said.
    43. RICHLAND, WA, 12/04/13: Richland police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who allegedly fired more than 20 rounds from an assault rifle at three people in an SUV. Bullets tore through the hood and windshield of the Ford Explorer but no one was seriously hurt, said Richland Capt. Mike Cobb. “It’s hard to believe no one was hit,” he said. One bullet traveled about three-quarters of a mile and lodged in a wall inside an apartment on the 2500 block of Duportail Street, Cobb said. A woman was in the apartment but was not injured. The shooting was Wednesday night in a mobile home park on the 100 block of Bitterroot Drive. It apparently stemmed from an ongoing dispute over a “litany of different things,” including a stolen motorcycle and work on a building, Cobb said.
    44. GRAND RAPIDS, MI, 12/05/13: A man was taken to the hospital after he accidentally shot himself Thursday evening, according to police dispatch reports. The victim had been cleaning his gun when it went off, shooting him in the stomach. The extent of the man's injuries are unclear, but he was able to tell emergency dispatchers his address and that the light on his porch was on. Emergency crews responded around 7:45 p.m. to the residence in the 1000 block of Oaklawn Street NE.
    45. JASPER, IN, 12/05/13: A Martin County man apparently shot himself in the foot last week, prompting state conservation officials to issue a reminder about firearm safety. Edward Lee Seals Jr., 28, of Loogootee, suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his right foot on Thursday, according to information released Sunday by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. A family member took Seals to Memorial Hospital in Jasper.
    46. TULSA, OK, 12/06/13: A 17-year-old was shot in the arm after a handgun tossed by another teen went off inside a residence Friday morning. The victim’s friend, a 16-year-old who thought the weapon was not functional, tossed the gun to the victim, and the gun fired when it struck the floor, they told Tulsa police. Officers responded to the scene in the 2800 block of East 44th Street around 10 a.m. The bullet grazed the teen’s side before penetrating his arm, Sgt. Dedlorn Sanders said.
    47. ANCHORAGE, AK, 12/06/13: Anchorage police have arrested 27-year-old Bonnie Degenstein after she called 911 Friday night to report that she had accidentally shot a man. Police say Degenstein called Anchorage Police Department dispatch at 10:16 p.m. Friday. She said she and an unidentified man had been drinking and "playing with a gun" at a residence near midtown and that she’d accidentally shot him. When police and medics got there they found a man who’d been fatally shot multiple times. The victim was transported to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Degenstein has been charged with second-degree murder and is expected to make a court appearance Saturday afternoon.
    48. LORANGER, LA, 12/06/13: Police are investigating the death of a man who was shot on a hunting trip. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's office responded to the call of a fatal shooting around 2:30 p.m. on Friday. Joseph H. Stevens Jr., 33, was killed in what is believed to be an accidental shooting while on a hunting trip with Stacey M. Trapp, 37. According to Trapp, as the two walked back to their cars and came across a net-wire fence. As they walked along the fence searching for an easier way through Trapp squatted down to go under some bushes with his rifle slung over his shoulder when the weapon accidentally fired and fatally shot Stevens. Trapp then called 911 for help.

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    'I can do anything I want on my property!' he screamed, and fired three more rounds. GunFAIL XLVIII

    One of the lightest weeks in child shootings in recent memory. Congratulations, America! I found just three children accidentally shot this week, ages 3, 4, and 8. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any way of just shutting the flow off completely, but it's nice to finally see less than a half dozen or so. Also coming in on the low side were home invasion shootings, GunFAIL incidents involving security guards, and accidental shootings while teaching someone how to use a gun, each happening only once this past week. It was also a light week for guns found in schools. I discovered just one, in Elgin, IL. On the other hand, I also discovered this article, alleging a fairly serious undercounting of guns reportedly found in schools across the state of Ohio last year. By the paper's count, there were some 250 found there in 2012.



    The low numbers in some of this week's categories were compensated for by the hunting accidents (5), shooting range accidents (4), accidental discharges by police officers (5), and loaded gun cleanings (2). There were also two accidental discharges in retail establishments this week, one in a Burlington Coat Factory store in Racine, and another in a restaurant in Elizabethtown, KY. Thanks for making us all safer, ninjas!


    Among this week's "Holy $#*%@!" stories: the SWAT cop in Chillicothe, OH, who accidentally discharged his weapon immediately before executing a drug raid, while he was still staged outside the suspect's home. Apparently, the officer discharged his rifle at the exact moment they deployed a flash-bang grenade, and nobody even realized he had fired a round until they found a woman inside on the couch, dying of the head wound caused by the round he'd unknowingly put through the outside wall of the house.


    And this week's "Holy $#%@!" statistic: 4 in 10 people treated for non-fatal gunshot wounds in Florida hospitals last year had been accidentally shot. That is, they were victims of GunFAIL. The Orlando Sentinel reports that the numbers were even worse in Orange County, where half of all gunshot victims had been accidentally shot. At the same time, fatal accidental shootings skyrocketed, from a fairly regular rate of about two dozen a year, to a 2012 spike of 115.


    One more story from the past week that warrants some additional notes, this time on the unseen costs of GunFAIL: a Las Vegas suicide-by-cop, apparently motivated by a man's battle with depression reportedly brought on by ... having been disfigured some years earlier in a GunFAIL incident.


    Below the fold, last week's compilation.


    1. PASO ROBLES, CA, 9/26/13: A rural Paso Robles man is awaiting trial after firing bullets into his neighbor’s home while target shooting. Dean Buckley, 59, of Whitley Gardens told police that he did not mean to hit his neighbor’s home while shooting at a water tank in his backyard. “I could easily have been getting a glass of water and taken a bullet to the head,” said Tom Normandy, Buckley’s neighbor. Normandy and his wife were sitting in their living room about 5:30 p.m. Sept. 26, when they heard a gunshot and something hit their home. A second gunshot sent a bullet flying through their kitchen window with a shatter, ricocheting off a wall and cabinet before landing on the kitchen floor. While his wife called 911, Normandy carefully entered his backyard in the direction of fire, yelling through the woods at his neighbor to stop shooting. He yelled that bullets were hitting his home. Normandy said Buckley screamed back, “I can do anything I want on my property,” and fired three more rounds.
    2. WELLINGTON, OH, 11/14/13: 4:45 p.m.—200 block Wenner St., police were sent to investigate a report of shots fired inside a residence and found a woman had accidentally fired a revolver while she was moving some firearms inside her apartment. Police said the woman was not injured, but she was visibly distraught.
    3. INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 12/07/13: RTV 6 reports that a 3 year old is dead after being shot in the head yesterday evening at his family's home on the 1800 block of East 68th Street. Police responded to the scene after 6 p.m. where they found the boy inside the home suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. The child was then rushed to Riley Hospital for Children in critical condition and later died of his injuries. Investigators have indicated that they believe the child accidentally shot himself in the head after he pulled the gun off a kitchen counter. A neighbor to the family said "I've known they had guns; they've carried them in public on their side, they've got permits for them and I just thought they always were a little bit more responsible than that."
    4. BOONSBORO, MD, 12/07/13: A male who accidentally shot himself in the arm in a hunting accident in Boonsboro was flown Saturday night to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office assisted on the scene, but Natural Resources Police handled the incident, according to the sheriff’s office. The incident, which happened at about 5:20 p.m., occurred in the 8200 block of Mountain Laurel Road in Boonsboro, according to a Washington County Emergency Services supervisor.
    5. SCARBOROUGH, ME, 12/07/13: A 77-year-old man was seriously injured when he accidentally shot himself at the Scarborough Fish & Game firing range at 79 Homes Road in Scarborough. Scarborough Police Sgt. Timothy Barker said the man was alone at the range when he shot himself in the abdomen with a 22 caliber hand gun at 10:55 a.m. Barker said the man, whose identity is being withheld pending notification of his family, managed to call the police and report the accident.
    6. ADAMS TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/07/13: Police said a middle-aged Cambria County man died after he was shot Saturday in a hunting accident on the 400 block of Seesetown Road in Adams Township. Cambria County Coroner Dennis Kwiatkowski confirmed the death, but few details were available late Saturday. The coroner said his office and the Pennsylvania Game Commission were interviewing nine members of a hunting party about the death. Cambria County 911 officials said an emergency call came in about 3:30 p.m. for a hunting-related accident. A medical helicopter was called in to assist, but was canceled when the coroner's office was called just after 4 p.m. UPDATE: RIP: Timothy Bruce, 42, of Ashville, Pa.
    7. DILLON, MT, 12/07/13: A Missoula hunter was wounded after being accidentally shot by another hunter south of Dillon on Saturday. Beaverhead County Sheriff Jay Hansen says that Jason Baker was hit by bird shot from a shotgun just below the eye by another hunter in his party. Baker was shot after retrieving a duck at the same time another hunter in his party was shooting at some low-flying ducks. Baker and the rest of group were in Dillon promoting the Montana Wounded Warrior Program. UPDATE: The incident that was reported to the sheriff’s office had nothing to do with, nor was it affiliated with, the Montana Wounded Warrior Program. Jason is a mentor to children and on occasion, wounded warriors. [Ed. note: Uh, OK.]
    8. RIVERTON, WY, 12/07/13: Police responding to a disturbance call found multiple bullet holes inside an apartment in the 900 block of Forrest Drive. Two women lived in the apartment and one of the women had become despondent so the roommate took control of the gun. A some point a man came into the apartment and asked to see the gun, and apparently accidentally fired it several times while looking at it. The weapon, a .45 caliber handgun, was confiscated by police until the domestic situation could be sorted out.
    9. NEW HAVEN, CT, 12/07/13: An 18-year-old Hillhouse High School student said he “accidentally pulled the trigger” of a pistol while engaged in “horseplay” with a 23-year-old friend—firing a shot that left his friend dead. The student, Shunravion Jackson, told that story to police, who arrested him on charges of second-degree manslaughter. That story—the third of three Jackson told police—appears in police reports made public Monday. His third story had him standing near the kitchen table “playing around” with Willett. Someone had a “small black pistol”; it “went off by accident.” Someone then placed the gun on the table. Jackson picked it up “with his right hand” while he “continued to horseplay” with Willett “by jumping on him and trying to give him a bear hug.” They faced each other, close, when Jackson “accidentally squeezed the trigger,” he told detectives. “I forgot I had the gun in my hand,” the report quotes Jackson as saying. “I didn’t know I hit nobody, and then I seen his face, and then he grabbed me, and said, ‘It’s all right, it’s all right.’” Jackson denied knowing to who the pistol belonged.
    10. RUSK CO., WI, 12/07/13: Late Saturday afternoon the Rusk County Sheriff’s Department and the DNR received information from the RCMH ER advising that a male subject shot himself in the arm with a 44 Magnum while deer hunting. No other information was available.
    11. MURFREESBORO, TN, 12/07/13: After receiving multiple inquiries about emergency response to a local shooting range on Thompson Lane, WGNS has confirmed that an individual accidentally discharged his weapon and shot himself in the area of his hand on Saturday. A man was accidentally shot at On Target when a round became lodged in his handgun. Emergency personnel responded to the address on Saturday evening and learned the victim had removed the magazine and was racking the slide in an effort to free the bullet. In the process, the gun accidentally fired hitting the man in the area of his pinky at the palm of his hand.
    12. BRIGHTON, TN, 12/08/13: A woman in Tipton County reportedly shot and killed her husband early Sunday morning. Just before 6 a.m., deputies responded to a shooting on Highway 14 South in Brighton. When they arrived, deputies said Angela Denise Brewer, 43, told them she accidentally shot her husband. The medical examiner is on the scene. An autopsy will be performed on William Stanford Brewer, Jr., 37. The shooting is still under investigation.
    13. MARYVILLE, TN, 12/08/13: Blount County dispatchers reported a man in a Maryville apartment complex was accidentally shot by a juvenile playing with a gun. The report came in at approximately 7:45 p.m., where it was reported that the man was shot in the leg at the Stonetree Apartments on Stonetree Drive near Middlesettlements Road in Maryville. The man’s girlfriend was reported to be taking him via private vehicle to the hospital.
    14. MAPLE GROVE, MN, 12/08/13: A woman is recovering after what police believe is an accidental shooting in Maple Grove Sunday night. Squads were dispatched to the Mallard Ridge Apartments at 13301 Maple Knoll Way on reports of a dispute. Originally dispatchers were told that there was a domestic assault taking place where the 911 caller's neighbor was bleeding. That claim was followed by reports of a gunshot. Maple Grove Police eventually determined that an 18-year-old woman had been shot in the neck and had lost a significant amount of blood. She was rushed to the hospital with what are being described as non-life threatening injuries. A 22-year-old male was found on the scene and was taken into custody for reckless discharge of a firearm.
    15. RACINE, WI, 12/08/13: Police said they arrested a Milwaukee man after his loaded handgun fell from his pocket and discharged inside a clothing store in Racine. Officers said the man and a woman were shopping at Burlington Coat Factory Saturday when the gunshot struck a metal fixture in the store. No one was hurt. Authorities say the man picked up his gun and both left the store. The man and woman saw surveillance video of the incident posted online and went to the Racine Police Department Sunday. The woman was released. The man was arrested for recklessly endangering safety. Police said the man has a valid concealed carry permit.
    16. AUBURN, WI, 12/08/13: A criminal complaint against a pair of Milwaukee men arrested for an armed robbery and shooting in the town of Auburn details how they threatened to shoot residents who were awakened from their sleep with demands to hand over large sums of money. Derrick Johnson, 22, and Dominic Cloyd, 21, both of Milwaukee, were charged Wednesday in Fond du Lac County Circuit Court. Danny Morris, who allegedly drove a vehicle to the home and grabbed money in the robbery, was accidentally shot by Johnson as Johnson searched a backpack. Morris was struck as he stood between the two residents of the home. According to the complaint, Johnson and Cloyd dragged Morris to a vehicle outside the home. Johnson and Cloyd were apprehended when they went to a Hartford hospital to seek help for Morris, who could not move. Morris remains hospitalized at a Milwaukee area hospital. Officials were told Morris has no feeling in his legs.
    17. ELIZABETHTOWN, KY, 12/08/13: A man left Fazoli's in an ambulance Sunday after suffering a gunshot wound. He set his pistol on the toilet paper dispenser while using the restroom and it slipped off and shot him in the leg, said Elizabethtown Police Sgt. David Neary. Evidence such as bullet trajectory supported the man's description of events, Neary said. The man did have a concealed carry permit, police said.
    18. KANE, PA, 12/08/13: A St. Marys' man accidentally shot himself in the hip in the Nittany Minit Mart at Lantz Corners in Hamlin Township. Daniel Schreiber, 53, of St. Marys, reached for his Winchester 270 rifle, thinking it was unloaded, and accidentally fired a shot that went into his hip, according Kane-based state police.
    19. NOBLESVILLE, IN, 12/08/13: A teenager who jumped into an icy reservoir three years ago to save two drowning children has died in a shooting inside an Indiana home. Aubrey Peters, 16, was pronounced dead at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis late Sunday, hours after she was shot in the chest inside a Noblesville home. Jacob Travis McDaniel, 20, of Noblesville has been charged with reckless homicide and pointing a firearm, both felonies. McDaniel and a group of friends were hanging out at his house Sunday night when he retrieved a handgun, according to court documents, WXIN-TV reported. Authorities say McDaniel tried to get Peters to hold the pistol, but she refused. Believing the gun was empty, McDaniel allegedly pointed the gun at Peters and pulled the trigger, striking Peters. "What just happened?" a witness recalled Peters saying after she'd been shot. A witness also told police that McDaniel allegedly asked everyone present to tell authorities that the gun fell off a table and accidentally went off.
    20. MUNCIE, IN, 12/08/13: A Muncie teen’s accidental shooting early Sunday led to an acquaintance’s arrest in a recent convenience store robbery. Devin Xavier Myers, 19—listed at addresses in both Muncie and in Milford, in Kosciusko County—was preliminarily charged with armed robbery and obstruction of justice. Myers is accused of robbing a clerk at the Village Pantry, 101 E. Memorial Dive, on the night of Nov. 27. Myers came into contact with police about 3 a.m. Sunday after a 15-year-old Muncie youth was shot in the leg. While Myers at first told police he and the youth had been shot at by two assailants near Seventh and Hackley streets, both the victim and Myers later admitted the teen had accidentally shot himself at a party. Myers on Oct. 17 was convicted of battery with a deadly weapon, a charge that stemmed from the April 8 shooting of a 17-year-old Muncie youth.
    21. LAUREL, MD, 12/08/13: A supermarket shoplifter stole a security guard’s gun and fired shots after an altercation between the two at a Laurel grocery store, officials have confirmed. The security guarded attempted to apprehend the man suspected of shoplifting at the Weis Market in the 3300 block of Corridor Market Place shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday. The suspect overcame the security guard stealing his weapon in the process. The suspect fired off four rounds before leaving the supermarket. There were less than 10 people in the store at the time, according to a statement from Weis Markets, Inc. Police said no one was injured.
    22. MARYVILLE, TN, 12/08/13: A woman is facing charges for filing a false report about a shooting. Maryville Police arrested 21-year-old Amanda Paige Hatcher. Police say Hatcher told them she and her boyfriend, 18-year-old Marcus Anthony Hill, were walking in front of the Stonetree Apartments Sunday when someone shot Hill in the leg. Police found no evidence to support that, and later determined Hill accidentally shot himself in the leg while cleaning his gun.
    23. DOLAN SPRINGS, AZ, 12/08/13: A Dolan Springs woman survived a gunshot wound to the abdomen Sunday afternoon in what authorities determined was an accidental shooting. Suyapa Calderon, 35, was taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center following the 3:20 p.m. incident and later flown by air ambulance to Sunrise Medical Center in Las Vegas. According to Mohave County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Trish Carter, Calderon and her husband and son were leaving their home in the 18000 block of Ocitilla Road to hunt rabbits when the shooting occurred. Calderon's husband climbed down an embankment and she slipped after following him. Her fall, said Carter, caused the .22-caliber rifle to fire a round.
    24. SUMMERVILLE, SC, 12/08/13: Multiple witnesses who were inside a Berkeley County nightclub early Sunday say a woman celebrating her friend's birthday was killed by a stray bullet after a fight broke out between members of a motorcycle club and other customers. Several punches were thrown and at least 10 bikers chased a man outside the Moonshine Saloon into the parking lot, witnesses said. April Infinger and Aubrey Cade's husbands shielded them from the commotion as they searched for a safe way to exit, Cade said. Cade then hugged Infinger to say goodbye and to thank her for surprising her with a birthday celebration at the club. Just as they let go, Cade said, she heard a pop and watched as her friend dropped to the ground inside the bar. She turned to look and saw that a bullet had come through the wall from the parking lot. "She fell to her knees and she never came back up," Cade said. Infinger, 32, of Goose Creek, died at a local hospital shortly after she was shot in the back about 12:48 a.m., Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury said.
    25. LISBON, OH, 12/09/13: Gilbert Barth Jr., Robert Road, Lisbon, accidentally shot himself in the finger while cleaning his .32-caliber semi-automatic handgun in his basement on Monday.
    26. WICHITA, KS, 12/10/13: A man is hospitalized with critical injuries, after accidentally shooting himself at a mobile home in southwest Wichita. It happened in the area of 2200 West MacArthur Road around 2:25 a.m. Tuesday. A witness called 911 after seeing a man walking covered in blood. Police found the man, who was walking to an area QuikTrip for help, and determined that he accidentally shot himself. He had a through-and-through to his hand and left thigh and was rushed to an area hospital. Police say the 36-year-old man suffers from mental problems. Officers found several guns in the mobile home where the shooting occurred.
    27. BILLINGS, MT, 12/10/13: The man killed by a gunshot to the head on Tuesday has been identified by authorities. Juan C. Holden, 26, of Billings, was found by police and taken by ambulance to St. Vincent Healthcare, where he died. Deputy Yellowstone County Coroner Chad Fehr, after performing an autopsy on Thursday, said the cause of death was an "accidental gunshot wound to the head." Officers were first called to 37 Washington St., shortly after 3 p.m. on Tuesday for a report of a shooting incident.
    28. LIGHTFOOT, VA, 12/10/13: An alleged gun thief may have given police the clues they needed to find him after slipping and falling in the mud, causing the pistol to discharge. Maj. Stephen Rubino of the James City County Police Department said officers responded to the 4700 block of Minutemen Way in Lightfoot at about 4 a.m. Tuesday after receiving a report of a gunshot. When officers arrived, the person who called in the report told police he heard the gunshot, then discovered a Kel-Tec Model P11 9mm handgun had been stolen from the center console of his son’s unlocked vehicle. Officers found footprints in the mud they tracked to a residence on nearby Mobile Lane, which is located in a trailer park off Centerville Road. At that residence, they found 40-year-old Corey Lavaughn Parrott. Rubino said Parrott told police he stole the pistol and that he slipped and fell in the mud when he was walking, causing the gun to discharge.
    29. ST. PETERSBURG, FL, 12/11/13: St. Petersburg police are investigating a bizarre shooting death involving a couple. A 20-year-old girl has been charged with manslaughter after she told police she accidentally shot and killed her boyfriend. Police say Avis and her boyfriend, Michael Ward, were playing with the gun in a home at 1945 2nd Avenue North on Wednesday. It appears drug use was a likely factor. Avis told police she thought the gun was unloaded when she pointed at Ward and pulled the trigger. Ward died at Bayfront Medical Center from a gunshot wound to the chest, police said.
    30. PRAIRIEVILLE, LA, 12/11/13: East Baton Rouge Parish sheriff’s deputies have arrested two Prairieville men in the fatal shooting Wednesday of 22-year-old Jared Christopher Vincent. The shooting, which happened about 5 a.m. at Vincent’s townhouse complex on Ridge Pecan Drive, also injured one other man and appears to be drug related, authorities said. Casey Rayborn Hicks, a Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman, said detectives found a large amount of marijuana inside the apartment as well as evidence of a struggle. Aaron Hargrove, 19, 39155 Lee Stevens Road, Prairieville, told detectives he went to Vincent’s apartment Wednesday morning to buy marijuana, sheriff’s officials said. “He stated he saw one of the men flee from the apartment, at which time he admitted to shooting him in the back,” Hicks said. Deputies also booked Patrick Anderson, 20, 41060 Merrit Evans Road, Prairieville, with obstruction of justice. “Anderson told detectives that a family member arrived at his home with blood on his clothes and in possession of several pistols,” Hicks said. “The family member allegedly told Anderson that the pistols had been used in a shooting in Baton Rouge earlier that morning. Anderson agreed to clean the pistols and hide them.” Anderson told authorities that a pistol had accidentally fired and struck him while he was unloading it.
    31. COVINGTON, LA, 12/11/13: A Covington police captain is now on paid administrative leave after accidentally discharging a weapon inside the police station earlier this week. Capt. Jack West accidentally discharged the shotgun on Wednesday, while demonstrating it to a new recruit. Police Chief Tim Lentz said West claimed he didn't know the gun was loaded. The shot left a hole in the ceiling.
    32. CHILLICOTHE, OH, 12/11/13: Authorities say a woman was killed in an accidental shooting by a law-enforcement officer during a drug raid in rural central Ohio. A prosecutor in Ross County, south of Columbus, said 35-year-old Krystal Barrows, was accidentally shot in the head Wednesday night after officers entered a home to conduct the raid. Prosecutor Matt Schmidt tells the Chillicothe Gazette that it wasn't clear whether the gunfire was the result of a weapon malfunction or user error. The county sheriff's office wouldn't answer questions about the shooting. UPDATE: At some point an officer's gun went off outside the house. Lavender said when officers raided the home, they found Barrows sitting on the couch bleeding from her head. The bullet had traveled through the mobile home walls and hit Barrows.
    33. JACKSONVILLE, FL, 12/12/13: A civilian police officer employed with the United States Marine Corps Support Facility at Blount Island accidentally shot himself Thursday morning while training at the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office firing range at 4727 Lannie Road, according to police. The unidentified federal police officer was putting his handgun in his holster at about 10:55 a.m. when he shot himself in the leg, base deputy commander Jim Hooks said. “The trigger was pulled and he shot a round through his calf,” Hooks said.
    34. LEON, NY, 12/12/13: An 8-year-old Amish boy is listed in stable condition at a Dunkirk hospital after he was accidentally shot with a .22-caliber gun by his 14-year-old brother in the family’s Leon home. Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Capt. Robert Buchhardt said the shooting occurred about 8:30 a.m. at the William Wengerd home on West Road in the town of Leon. After the boys’ parents had left the house, the brothers began playing with weapons used for hunting that were in the home. “The 14-year-old brother picked up a .22 gun and shot the 8-year-old in the chest,” Capt. Buchhardt said from the scene. “He didn’t know the gun was loaded. It was an accident.” It was not clear whether the gun was a handgun or a long rifle, he said. With their parents gone and not having a telephone to call 911, the three brothers transported the injured boy to a neighbor’s house. The residents had a cell phone and called 911, Capt. Buchhardt said.
    35. TULSA, OK, 12/12/13: A man was taken to the hospital early Thursday after his girlfriend accidentally shot him inside their apartment. Tulsa police said the shooting happened about 1 a.m. at the Westminster Apartments, 4858 S. 78th East Ave., Cpl. Randy Solomon said. Cheyenne Monique Cunningham, 22, told police that her boyfriend, DeAndre Wilson, 22, had recently purchased a gun and wanted to show her how to use it, Solomon said. The small semi-automatic weapon accidentally fired, striking Wilson once in the stomach, police said.
    36. TINICUM TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/12/13: A car pursuit that began in Delaware County culminated in South Philadelphia and police are now searching for two suspects who fled the scene. Around 8:15 p.m. Thursday police from Tinicum Township notified Philadelphia authorities about a van they were in pursuit of that contained four suspects of a retail theft. The chase was along Northbound I-95 and wound its way off the freeway and onto Columbus Boulevard then down to Broad Street. During the pursuit, a Tinicum Township officer accidentally discharged a firearm, but no one was hit.
    37. RAPID CITY, SD, 12/12/13: Rapid City police say a toddler who found an unsecured handgun inside a home accidentally shot his mother in the leg as she tried to get it away. Police spokeswoman Tarah Heupel says the revolver fired two shots, one of which hit the woman, during the incident just after 9 p.m. Thursday. The mother was taken to the hospital for treatment, but Heupel says the injury did not appear to be serious. The mother tried to get the revolver away from the 23-month-old boy as soon as she noticed he was holding it.
    38. MEDARYVILLE, IN, 12/12/13: A 54-year-old man was being treated Thursday at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn after he shot himself in his hand, according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Timothy P. Tackett, of Porter, on Wednesday afternoon was at the Jasper Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area shooting range adjusting a sight on his rifle when it fell, according to a news release from the Indiana DNR. The gun went off and hit Tackett's right hand. He drove himself to Porter Regional Hospital but was later transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center. According to the news release, Tackett did not know his rifle was loaded when he was adjusting the sight.
    39. LAFAYETTE, IN, 12/12/13: Lafayette police are ruling a gunshot that grazed a southside resident’s head Thursday night an accident. Around 9 p.m. Thursday, police were called to a home at the 2500 block of Edgelea Drive, said Lafayette Police Dept. Lt. Brad Hayworth. Hayworth said several people were in the house playing video games when one person was handling a gun that accidentally went off. The bullet grazed the back of one person’s head. The person did go to the hospital for treatment but was not seriously injured, Hayworth said. The shooting was deemed an accident and is no longer under investigation, he added.
    40. WESLEY CHAPEL, FL, 12/12/13: When Walter Santiago heard the bang and felt a pain on the side of his head while driving in Wesley Chapel, he figured something had broken off his car and flown in through the open driver's side window. His granddaughter looked at the blood streaming from his temple and knew different. "You've been shot," she said. The Pasco County Sheriff's Office said a bullet, probably fired from far away, came through the window and glanced off the 62-year-old Wesley Chapel man's head just above his left temple. Pasco County Sheriff's Office spokesman Doug Tobin said the shot must have been fired far away because the bullet glanced off Santiago's head and bounced around after entering the car. The bullet came through the window on a downward trajectory, Tobin said, hitting the the car's seat near Santiago's right thigh after bouncing off his head. The bullet then bounced up, cracking the front windshield and coming to rest on the passenger's side floor board, he said.
    41. GARY, IN, 12/13/13: A 4-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the shoulder Friday morning with a gun belonging to his mother’s boyfriend, police said. The child found the gun under the couch at his family’s home in the 1900 block of Rhode Island Street.
    42. KNOXVILLE, TN, 12/13/13: A spokesperson with the Knox County Sheriff's Department says an officer at the Detention Center in East Knox County accidentally discharged his gun injuring three fellow officers Friday night. According to the sheriff's website, a bullet from Officer James Blankenship's gun fired into the pavement causing shrapnel to strike three other officers. This happened around 10:30 p.m. One was taken to UT Medical Center to be treated for a minor leg wound. He was released. The other two were treated at the jail.
    43. ATLANTIC CITY, NJ, 12/13/13: A man suffered a self-inflicted and apparently accidental gunshot wound to his leg while seated in his car Friday night at Resorts Casino Hotel, police said. The man was seated inside his car and was showing the legally registered firearm to a witness in the case, police said. The witness reported the gun accidentally discharged.
    44. TRENTON, NJ, 12/13/13: Police are trying to find out whether a city man accidentally shot himself Friday afternoon, then refused to cooperate with investigators. The 26-year-old showed up at St. Francis Medical Center with a gunshot wound to his left forearm shortly after 2:30 p.m. Police are unsure whether he shot himself. “It could be possible,” said Lt. Mark Kieffer, a police spokesman. “No scene was located and there was no 911 call for shots fired.” The East Ward resident walked into the St. Francis emergency room alone. Hospital staff called police and notified them of the shooting, Kieffer said. The victim was “extremely uncooperative” and would not give police any information, according to Kieffer.

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    Texas Gun Club grand opening goes wrong when employee shoots own hand

    The grand opening week of the Frisco Gun Club of Frisco, Texas was marred by an accident at the shooting range when an employee shot his own hand while trying to clear a jammed Ruger 9-millimeter handgun.



    According to Claire St. Amant of CultureMap Dallas, the shooting club opened on December 13 with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. Within 24 hours, an ambulance was called to the scene to aid the injured employee.


    A statement from the club read, in part, “On the evening of December 14, 2013, while assisting a member with a jammed firearm, an experienced range officer at the Frisco Gun Club slightly injured his hand when the firearm accidentally discharged while pointing downrange. The range officer was transported to Medical Center of Plano, where he was treated and released for injuries which were not life threatening. No other patrons or staff were injured in this incident.”


    The Frisco Gun Club bills itself as “the nation’s largest indoor shooting range,” although that statement includes the asterisked qualifier: “measured in square footage of the actual gun range.” The “luxury gun club” features an executive chef and, judging by the photos on its website, an abundance of stone fireplaces and high-backed leather chairs.


    Operations at the club continued virtually uninterrupted through the weekend, wrote St. Amant. Frisco Gun Club spokesperson Kelly Hunter said that initial media reports about the accident were misleading.


    “There was a range safety officer down range away from the public trying to clear a jam in a gun, not clean a gun,” Hunter explained.
    When St. Amant called the club on Monday, the employee who answered the phone was unaware that an incident had taken place.


    “I didn’t know about that,” he said. “I wasn’t here this weekend.”

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    yep it was on the news and a no nothing event around here...

    Frisco is a very affluent suburb north of Dallas about 20 miles....

    Dallas Cowboys are moving their facilities there from Valley Ranch next year....






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    Quote Originally Posted by RickO'Shay View Post
    That last bit "comes here just to piss people off" sound like you.

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    Stumbler is a hypocrite, In threads he states he hunts any serious hunter owns everything from fishing poles to large rifles.

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    Arizona Child Dies After Shooting Himself With Father's Misplaced Gun

    A 3-year old boy died Friday night after he found his father's misplaced gun and shot himself, the Arizona Star reported.



    Police were called to a home in Sahuarita, Ariz., where the boy was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Officer Philip Steele, a spokesman for the Sahuarita Police Department.


    The child had found his father's gun and shot himself in the face. The firearm was "inadvertently misplaced," according to Steele, and did not have a safety latch.


    The shooting was accidental and no one was charged, according to the newspaper.

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    10-Year-Old Girl Dies After Accidental Shooting During Target Practice

    A 10-year-old girl died Monday morning from gunshot wounds she suffered after an accidental shooting the day before, according to West Virginia's Kanawha County Sheriff's Department.


    Officials initially said that the girl and a 9-year-old boy were doing target practice with a 410 shotgun in Quick Virginia when the shooting occurred, according to West Virginia's MetroNews.



    Police said the girl suffered wounds to her chest and arm. The Charleston Gazette reported that an investigation is under way.

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    Colorado man shoots and kills stepdaughter after mistaking her for a burglar

    A 14-year-old Colorado girl was shot and killed by her stepfather early Monday morning after he mistook her for a burglar entering their house.


    KOAA-TV reported that police found the girl in the basement, having suffered a gunshot to the chest. She later died at a local hospital.
    The Colorado Springs Gazette reported that the shooting took place around 6 a.m. Monday. Police were initially called to the house to respond to a burglary attempt.


    The Associated Press reported that authorities are determining whether the stepfather acted recklessly. The state’s “make my day” law allows homeowners the right to shoot and kill an intruder in self-defense inside their homes if they feel the other person is there to commit a crime and use physical force against them.


    Originally known as the Homeowner Protection Act, the law’s nicknames is a reference to Clint Eastwood’s oft-quoted line, “Go ahead, make my day,” from the film Sudden Impact.

    No arrests were made at the time of the incident, and the names of the victim and her stepfather were not released, while police and prosecutors continue their respective investigations.

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    Accidentally shot by an 'otherwise responsible gun owner.' GunFAIL XLIX

    Another typical week. Unless you're one of the people who got shot, of course. Statistics-wise, this compilation records five cops as accidentally discharging their weapons, three neat freaks discharging guns they couldn't wait to clean, three generous patriots who shared Freedom Ingots with their neighbors (plus two more who kept it in-house, so to speak), two hunters who became the hunted, and two target shooters who became the targets.



    Stories of note this week include two out of Florida, which of course is not at all unusual. One is the story from which our title is derived. In Vero Beach, where a health club owner was accidentally shot by someone showing off his .40-cal Glock to someone interested in buying a gun of his own. He accidentally fired, and put a bullet through the wall, into the owner's office, and... into the owner. How'd you like to be shot at your own fitness center? The big question, though, is what did the guy interested in buying a gun think? Well, because it's Florida, I give even odds that he said, "Awesome! I can't wait to get one of those!" But the kicker, of course, is that the club owner won't be pressing charges, since the gun owner was a friend, and "an otherwise responsible gun owner."


    Our second Floridian tale comes from Royal Palm Beach, where an 18-year-old kid who apparently thinks his state's "Make My Day" law is hilarious, decided to try to prank his uncle by jiggling the patio door handle to draw his uncle outside to investigate, and then jump out from a hiding spot to scare him. Well, here we are in GunFAIL, so guess what happened?


    Also worth noting: an accidental shooting while an employee was cleaning a gun, during the grand opening of the new, "upscale" Frisco Gun Club in Frisco, TX, and; Philadelphia's second accidental shooting in their SEPTA transit system in the space of a month.


    I found six kids accidentally shot last week. Two three-year-olds, a five-year-old, a nine-year-old, a teen of unknown age, and one 17-year-old.


    In the guns in school category, we missed one in the last roundup, on December 11th, in Breckenridge Hills, MO. And during the last week, even more turned up, in St. Joseph, MO, Longmont, CO, Florissant, MO, Indianapolis, IN, Round Rock, TX, Oak Ridge, TN, Dorchester, MA, and Chicago, IL.


    1. AUSTIN, TX, 11/18/13: An Austin police officer was given a one-day suspension for accidentally discharging his shotgun. According to a disciplinary memo from APD chief Art Acevedo, police officer Vincent Giles was suspended from duty on Dec. 14 after he "accidentally discharged his shotgun while inspecting the weapon before beginning his tour of duty" on Nov. 18. The disciplinary memo said that this violated APD's general firearm guidelines and safe handling of firearm guidelines.
    2. ROYAL PALM BEACH, FL, 11/26/13: A deputy from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office substation in Royal Palm Beach was dispatched to a home on Sparrow Drive last Tuesday night regarding a shooting. According to a PBSO report, the 18-year-old victim is a nephew of the shooter. He decided at approximately 11:15 p.m. to scare his uncle by jiggling the patio door handle. According to the report, the shooter heard the sound and retrieved his rifle before going to investigate the noise. When the victim saw his uncle come out onto the patio, he jumped out to scare him. According to the report, his uncle was startled and discharged the rifle, shooting the victim in his left thigh just above his knee. The victim was transported to Palms West Hospital where he was treated for his injuries. There was no further information available at the time of the report.
    3. ELMWOOD PARK, IL, 12/07/13: While cleaning his pistol in his living room of his residence on 7900 block of Belmont Avenue at 3:46 a.m. Dec. 7, the gun discharged, firing a shot through the front window. The owner of gun reported to police that he thought the gun was empty when he began cleaning it. No one was injured.
    4. DANIELSVILLE, GA, 12/09/13: On Dec. 9, a deputy was dispatched to a home on Young Harris Road, where a man said he was cleaning his 9mm pistol, but didn’t realize there was a bullet in the gun. The gun fired and the bullet hit the man’s index finger. The man was transported by ambulance to Athens Regional Medical Center.
    5. GROVE CITY, OH, 12/12/13: A Grove City teenager last week accidentally shot his sister in the leg with their mother's gun, Grove City police reported. According to reports, a 17-year-old male resident of the family home in the 2700 block of Walden Bluff Court was playing around with the handgun about 5:30 p.m. Dec. 12, in a bedroom with his sister, girlfriend and another friend. He believed it was unloaded when he pulled the trigger, but the gun discharged and the bullet hit his sister in the right upper thigh. The group then drove to Mount Carmel West Hospital, where the sister was treated, and police were contacted. The 17-year-old initially told police the gun had gone off when he set a box down on the night stand, but he later admitted he had pulled the trigger. He told police he had assumed the gun was unloaded and he had not intentionally shot her.
    6. VERO BEACH, FL, 12/13/13: The owner of a fitness center is recovering from a gunshot wound to his legs, he said. The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office and Indian River County Fire Rescue went to Longevity Max Fitness, 970 14th Lane, Vero Beach, about 4:30 p.m. Dec. 13 for the incident that was considered an accidental shooting. The center’s owner, Steve Pfiester, 43, was in his office when the .40-caliber Glock, held by its owner in a next-door locker room, fired and went through the wall, according to a sheriff’s incident report. The bullet went through Pfiester’s right leg and grazed his left leg, Sheriff’s Office officials said. Pfiester described the shooting as a freak accident. He told authorities he did not want the case prosecuted and he considered his friend to be an otherwise responsible gun owner. The gun owner told deputies he was showing the weapon to someone who was interested in buying one.
    7. GREENEVILLE, TN, 12/13/13: A 13-year-old suffered a minor leg wound Friday after his father's gun accidentally discharged inside a house at 330 Tom White Hollow Road. Sheriff's deputies responded to Laughlin Memorial Hospital on a report of a gunshot victim and found Michael L. James "with a bullet wound to the back of his right leg," Deputy Toby Price said in a report. The boy's father, Landon James, told deputies that he had just shot an opossum "and laid his .22-caliber revolver pistol on the table to pick up the opossum," the report said.
    8. FRISCO, TX, 12/14/13: There was an accidental shooting Saturday night at the new Frisco Gun Club. An employee was cleaning a gun for a patron when it discharged, wounding the employee in the hand. That person was taken to a hospital for treatment. This is the grand opening weekend for the Frisco Gun Club on El Dorado Parkway just east of the Dallas North Tollway. It calls itself the nation's largest indoor shooting range, and includes luxury features for members.
    9. DENTON, TX, 12/14/13: A man was transported to Denton Regional Medical Center after a .22-caliber Magnum handgun discharged in his jacket pocket and he sustained an injury to his leg early Saturday morning. The incident occurred in the 1100 block of Audra Lane. The man told police that he had the gun in his jacket pocket and when he put his hand in his pocket, the gun fired. When officers arrived, they found that the man had wrapped his jacket around his leg and tightened it with a belt to act as a bandage. Police reported that the man was alert and talking and said that the shot was accidental.
    10. MELCHER-DALLAS, IA, 12/14/13: State officials say a Cedar Rapids man shot himself in the kneecap while hunting in central Iowa. The Department of Natural Resources says 37-year-old Charles T. Nolte was taken to Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines on Saturday with non-life-threatening injuries. Officials say Nolte's shotgun discharged while he was putting on his gloves before 1 p.m. Saturday. He was hunting in an area southwest of Melcher-Dallas, in Marion County.
    11. FREDERICKSBURG, VA, 12/14/13: Fredericksburg police were investigating a Saturday night incident in which at least one shot was fired into a city residence. No one was injured, though two children were in a room where a bullet was found, city police spokeswoman Natatia Bledsoe said. The shooting occurred at 8:40 p.m. in the 200 block of Harris Street in the Mayfield subdivision, Bledsoe said. A witness reported hearing about five shots, but as of about an hour after the shooting police had only found one. That shot had gone through a window and an interior wall before coming to rest in the room with the children. In addition to the children, whose ages were not available, at least one adult woman was in the home. The initial 911 call came from the residence, Bledsoe said.
    12. THE DALLES, OR, 12/14/13: A woman called city police at 2:45 a.m. Saturday to report that someone had entered her home in the 3300 block of West Seventh Street, shot a gun into her son’s room and ran out the back door. She said her son was unhurt and nothing was missing from the house. A The Dalles police officer arrived and noted in the police log that “it was clear the [son] was not being honest.” The son then admitted he was actually cleaning a gun and it went off. He told police he then stashed the gun and lied to his mother about a person entering the house. Officers seized the gun and were forwarding their report to the district attorney’s office for review.
    13. CROSSVILLE, TN, 12/14/13: A Crossville man was accidently shot in the foot when looking at a rifle being held by a coworker, according to Cumberland County Sheriff's Department reports. Both men reportedly were drinking at the time of the incident, the report states. The incident took place Saturday around 8 p.m. in a wooded area off the end of Interstate Dr., according to Cpl. Tim Tutor's report. Tutor responded to the report of a shooting and was met by Mark Pryor, 42, of Sylvester Davis Dr., who told him that he and James A. Taylor, 50, Wilson Rd., were watchmen for equipment on a logging job. Taylor said he was showing a .22 rifle to Pryor when the gun accidentally discharged, striking Pryor in the foot.
    14. RICHMOND, CA, 12/14/13: The family of a Richmond teen struck by stray bullet over the weekend said on Monday that she was paralyzed from her injuries. Richmond Police told KTVU that 19-year-old Dominique Romero was sitting on the couch inside her home on Waller Avenue Saturday night when someone fired multiple shots in the street. One of the bullets punched through the wall of the house, slammed through the teen's arm and wedged in her spine. The girl's mother said doctors at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek told the teen and her family on Monday that she is paralyzed from the waist down. Richmond police said they have yet to track down the person who fired as many as nine shots that night.
    15. GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ, 12/15/13: An off-duty police officer was wounded after an accidental shooting at a home in Camden County, New Jersey. It happened shortly before 3:00 a.m. Sunday at a home along Bromley Drive in Gloucester Township. Police say an off-duty Gloucester Township Police officer was unloading a personally owned pistol, when the gun accidentally discharged. The officer suffered a minor wound to the hand. No one else was injured.
    16. COLUMBIA, TN, 12/15/13: A Maury County man was killed after a stray bullet struck him inside of his apartment. Officials with the Columbia Police Department said 19-year-old James Tyler Wisdom was fatally struck by a stray bullet just before 1 a.m. Sunday morning. They said he was found deceased in the kitchen of his apartment, located at 2228 Union Place in Columbia. Police said the victim's roommate, 24-year-old Ryan Frederick, was handling a pistol in an upstairs bedroom when the gun accidentally discharged. They said the bullet traveled through the floor and fatally struck the victim.
    17. DEKALB CO., GA, 12/15/13: A five year old girl is recovering after a bullet hit her in the shoulder as she stood in an apartment watching a gun fight outside. It happened Sunday night at the Highland Apartments on Flat Shoals Road. Police say the little girl was standing at a window watching two people shooting at each other in the parking lot when one of their bullets pierced her window and hit her. When investigators arrived they say the suspects had taken off. Officers spent several hours collecting evidence including multiple shell casings in the parking lot and talking to neighbors.
    18. SHREVEPORT, LA, 12/15/13: One Shreveport man is in jail and his friend is in the hospital after a shooting early Sunday morning that injured both of them. Shreveport police say it happened just after 3 a.m. Police were called to Willis Knighton North after the men showed up in the emergency room with gunshot wounds. Both 19-year-old Gary McCain and Darien Adams, age unavailable, were treated for injuries that are described by police as non-life-threatening. Upon further investigation, police say they believe the shooting appears to have stemmed from a physical dispute involving McCain and Adams "a group of offenders known to both men." While it's not yet clear who shot Adams or whether there was an exchange of gunfire between the two men and the other group, police say their preliminary information suggests that Adams was accidentally shot in the hip by McCain.
    19. CAMBRIDGE, MD, 12/15/13: A Cambridge man accidentally shot himself in the shoulder here Sunday evening, Dec. 15. The 20-year-old man, whose name was not released by Cambridge police, was transported to an area hospital, police said, where he was treated for his injury and later released. Cambridge police responded to a 911 call at 7:49 p.m. Sunday about a person being shot in the 400-block of Muir Street. Police said they learned the gun went off accidentally while the man was handling it and that a single round had been discharged into the man’s shoulder.
    20. HARMONY TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/15/13: A teenager told state police that it was an accident when he hit a Tionesta man's vehicle with a round of rifle fire on Sunday along Fogel Farm Road, in Harmony Township. State police in Marienville report that the 16-year-old boy shot the rear window and entered the passenger compartment of David Rankin's vehicle as he was traveling along Fogel Farm Road. Rankin was not injured. According to police, the boy reported that the gun discharged accidentally.
    21. ST. PAUL, MN, 12/16/13: A 14-year-old boy is recovering from a bullet wound after what appears to be an accidental shooting in St. Paul Monday night. St. Paul Police spokesman Sgt. Paul Paulos says the victim was shot in the stomach by his 15-year-old friend around 7 p.m. on the 800 block of West Nebraska Avenue in St. Paul. The teen was rushed to the hospital, where no word on his condition is available.
    22. PLAISTOW, NH, 12/16/13: A Haverhill man was arrested Monday after accidentally shooting his girlfriend in the leg. Police responded to 3 Dauntless Lane at around 9:15 p.m. Monday night after a report of a gunshot wound. When police responded, they found Joshua Thompson, 22, of Haverhill and a 19-year-old Plaistow woman with a gunshot wound to her leg. “We believe it was an accidental discharge,” Deputy police Chief Kathleen Jones said. “He dropped it and it went off.”
    23. FAIRMONT, NC, 12/16/13: Negotiations between two men over the purchase of a firearm Monday turned deadly when the gun discharged during a struggle, fatally wounding a Fairmont man, authorities said. The shooting happened about 7:35 p.m. near Stephens Avenue and the 400 block of North Main Street, said Chief Danny Parker of the Fairmont Department of Public Safety. Travis Brown, 33, of 21 Sweetheart Drive, was shot in the abdomen and died while undergoing surgery at Southeastern Regional Medical Center, Parker said. Reginald Barney, 25, of Newport News, Va., was arrested Wednesday night and charged with second-degree murder, Parker said. Brown and Barney did not know each other, Parker said. During the transaction, the men began fighting, Parker said, and the gun discharged, striking Brown in the abdomen.
    24. BRIDGEPORT, CT, 12/17/13: A Bridgeport police officer was taken to the hospital suffering from a single gunshot wound this morning. The incident happened at the Bagel King, on Main St. The officer, who has not yet been identified, was taken to the hospital suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. Police said the incident is being investigated as an accidental discharge at this time. Witnesses tell News 8's Stephanie Simoni the officer shot himself by accident in the leg. UPDATE: The incident took place around 9 a.m. while several patrons were enjoying breakfast. Based on interviews, Hearst Connecticut Newspapers was able to piece together the following scenario. A second officer, who the department has not yet identified, was returning the .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol that he had borrowed from a friend when Santiago picked the gun off the table they were sitting at. "It was on the table and he picked it up and cocked it," said the gun owner, a doctor who asked not to be identified. "It wasn't loaded but there was a magazine in it and when he cocked it a bullet moved into the chamber. He pointed it at the floor and he pulled the trigger." The bullet ricocheted upwards piercing Santiago's leg before shattering a nearby window.
    25. INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 12/17/13: Indianapolis Metropolitan Police say an 18-year-old man accidentally shot himself in the head at a home on the city's west side late Tuesday. Investigators say they think the man may have been drinking when the gun went off inside a home on Centennial Avenue. The scene is near West 16th Street and North Tibbs Avenue. Police say the man was awake and talking when officers arrived.
    26. IVESDALE, IL, 12/17/13: Douglas County authorities believe a rural Ivesdale man killed himself inside his home in the northwest corner of the county late Tuesday afternoon after accidentally shooting his wife in the hand. Douglas County Chief Deputy Peter Buckley identified the man as Terry Rexroad, 45, who lived at 95 E on County Road 1550 N, the road between Champaign and Douglas counties, about 4 miles south of Ivesdale. Mr. Rexroad's estranged wife, Theresa Rexroad, 41, called for help about 3:30 p.m. after having been shot in the hand in a struggle in the house. Buckley said Theresa Rexroad, who was living in Atwood, stopped by the house to drop something off earlier in the day. Once she was there, Buckley said, Mr. Rexroad began talking about harming himself. "She said 'I'm going to call 911' and takes out a cellphone. There is a struggle for the phone and he's holding a gun in his hand and inadvertently shot her in the hand," Buckley said.
    27. CINCINNATI, OH, 12/17/13: Police have arrested the mother of a 3-year-old girl for falsification and the mother’s boyfriend for accidently shooting the child Thursday. Cincinnati Police District 4 Capt. Mike Neville confirmed to WCPO the mother of L’eah Johnson, Ebony McDavis, falsified the story of taking out the garbage at 2:20 a.m. Tuesday at the Colonial Village apartment complex on Tacoma Avenue in Avondale. McDavis’ boyfriend, Cordero Warren, 24, was arrested for tampering with evidence and possession of a firearm under disability, a third-degree felony. Police allege McDavis, 28, misled investigators as she told police Warren was carrying Johnson when he was taking out the garbage and the child was struck by gunfire. Several 911 calls were placed at the time of the accidental shooting, reporting gunfire in the area but “they were not related to the child’s injury,” police said in a prepared statement. McDavis eventually admitted to making up the story during subsequent interviews with police. “It was an accident and she created an entire convoluted story for that reason,” Neville told WCPO. Johnson was taken to Cincinnati Children's Hospital for surgery and she is expected to recover.
    28. LANCASTER, PA, 12/17/13: Police say a Lancaster city woman pulled a gun as she argued with her husband Tuesday morning and it fired as the couple fought for control of it. A bullet struck one of the man's fingers. Police charged 51-year-old Lisa Helen Nogueras with aggravated assault after the 7:45 a.m. confrontation at the home in the 500 block of Burrowes Avenue, city police Lt. Todd Umstead said. The couple were arguing and fighting when Nogueras pulled the semiautomatic handgun, Umstead said. Her husband tried to grab it from her and the gun discharged. The 48-year-old man sustained a gunshot wound to his left pinkie finger and was taken to Lancaster General Hospital for treatment.
    29. BRADENTON, FL, 12/17/13: A Florida man shot himself in the foot this week. Investigators didn’t buy the man’s story that he had been shot while walking on Manatee Avenue, Bradenton.com reported. “Deputies attempted to find the crime scene but were unsuccessful,” according to the report. “ The victim’s account does not match the evidence.” The man, who was not identified, was treated Tuesday night ay Blake Medical Center for a gunshot wound to the foot. The police report indicated it may have been self-inflicted.
    30. MAHASKA CO., IA, 12/18/13: Rescue workers responded to a call of an injured individual at the Hull Shooting Range located 4 miles west of Oskaloosa Wednesday afternoon. Paramedics and Mahaska County Deputies responded after being informed about the injury by another user of the range. The yet unidentified victim was transported by Mahaska Health Partnership Emergency Services to the hospital where they were then transported via Mercy One air ambulance. According to Mahaska County Sheriff Paul DeGeest, the victim was by himself and authorities are unsure how long the victim had been injured before being discovered. UPDATE: He didn't make it. 73-year-old Dan Karow of Oskaloosa appeared to be unloading a revolver when it went off, striking him in the stomach. Another resident who had come to the range to shoot discovered the injured Karow lying on the ground.
    31. PHILADELPHIA, PA, 12/18/13: An unidentified man reportedly shot himself in the hand on a SEPTA bus Wednesday evening in the city's East Germantown section, police said. The incident happened about 6:15 p.m. on a Route K bus at Chelten Avenue and Musgrave Street, said Chief Inspector Scott Small. The bus driver did not know that something had occurred until he completed his route. A passenger leaving the bus told the driver that a man accidentally shot himself and then got off at a stop. Police found some drops of blood on the bus and were expected to check surveillance video to see if they could get a clear image of the man, Small said.
    32. PORTSMOUTH, NH, 12/18/13: Police were called to a White Cedar Boulevard residence on Wednesday by a man who said he accidentally fired a shotgun inside his home. Police Sgt. David Keaveny said the resident reported the accidental discharge at 5:55 p.m. and that no one was hurt. Responding officers found a wall damaged by the shotgun discharge at the home which is in a condominium development known as The Cedars, he said. Keaveny said it’s unknown why the resident pulled the trigger, but he told police he’d been duck hunting and forgot to unload a cartridge from the long gun after the hunting trip. According to the police sergeant, the man notified police about the incident, explained what happened and was not impaired by drugs or alcohol at the time. “It appears accidental,” Keaveny said, adding that police will continue to investigate and make a determination about whether or not to charge the hunter with a crime.
    33. BRONX, NY, 12/18/13: A 9-year-old boy was shot in the foot in the Crotona Park East section of the Bronx. Witnesses say the street was covered with kids heading home from school. That's just what the 9-year-old boy was doing. Right now he's recovering at Jacobi Hospital, his injuries are not life threatening. Witnesses say two men were arguing outside a bodega at East 175th Street and Prospect Avenue, one had a gun. Detectives believe during the dispute the armed man accidentally fired a shot, hitting the child's left foot. "He told me he was shot. He said, 'I'm shot, I'm shot,'" the victim's cousin said. "Did he say anything else?" Eyewitness News asked. "He was very afraid for his life. He told me, 'This is the first time I've ever got shot.'
    34. NEW ORLEANS, LA, 12/18/13: New Orleans authorities say a gun discharged as a police officer struggled with a teenage suspect he had been chasing, wounding the suspect in the groin and the police officer in the ankle. Police say it happened around 11 p.m. Wednesday in eastern New Orleans. Police had received calls about loitering and suspicious activity in the area. When patrol officers approached two people loitering near a store, one suspect ran away but tripped and fell. When an officer caught up to him, a struggle began. Police say the suspect had a gun, which discharged during the struggle. Police said the 17-year-old suspect was hospitalized in stable condition.
    35. PALM BEACH CO., FL, 12/19/13: A man was injured this afternoon after he accidentally shot himself while on Florida’s Turnpike in northern Palm Beach County. Florida Highway Patrol and Palm Beach County Fire Rescue crews were called around 4:50 p.m. to the turnpike’s southbound lanes at the Indiantown Road exit in response to the shooting. A man accidentally shot himself in the leg. His injuries do not appear to be life-threatening, said FHP spokesman Sgt. Mark Wysocky. Wysocky did not immediately know if the man was driving at the time.
    36. NAIRN, LA, 12/19/13: An 18-year-old man hog hunting with two close friends accidentally shot them when he mistook them for the hogs he sought, Plaquemines Parish Sheriff Lonnie Greco said. The shots from the shotgun of Willie Evans struck and killed 18-year-old Galen Scott and injured 17-year-old Cody Jones. The incident occurred Thursday around 5:45 p.m. in Nairn, just south of Port Sulphur. According to Greco, deputies received a call of two people shot in Nairn and those who arrived on the scene found Scott suffering from wounds to the head and leg, he was pronounced dead on the scene. Jones was shot in the legs and was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgery. He is expected to make a full recovery. Greco said that based on interviews with Evans, Jones and other witnesses, it appears that the three friends went hog hunting in a wooded area and that prior to the trip, they had smoked marijuana. After the sun had set, Greco said that Scott and Jones began walking towards Evans and that he observed two objects about 75 feet away and, thinking they were the hogs they sought, he fired back-to-back rounds of buckshot from his gun, striking both young men.
    37. RAPID CITY, SD, 12/19/13: A witness heard a gunshot when a suspected robber slipped on the ice outside Toby's Casino at 720 East North St. at 9:20 p.m. Thursday. The armed man reportedly fled the casino after threatening a female clerk with a handgun and making off with an undisclosed amount of cash, according to police. The 52-year-old clerk was not injured. According to the witness, the gun fired when the suspect fell on the icy, snow-covered parking lot outside the casino.
    38. SAHUARITA, AZ, 12/20/13: A 3-year-old boy has died after accidentally shooting himself with his parent's gun. Officer Philip Steele with Sahuarita Police tells KGUN9 that officers responded to a call in the 300 block of Calle Minerva, around 7:45 p.m on Friday. When officers arrived on scene, the boy was found with a self-inflicted gunshot would to the face. The boy was pronounced dead at the scene, said Steele. The parents told officers the firearm was misplaced for a short time, during which the child found and fatally discharged the weapon.
    39. BRADENTON, FL, 12/20/13: A man was hospitalized Friday night after he was shot by a person who was showing off a handgun, according to Bradenton police. Authorities received "numerous 911 calls" about an armed subject in front of a residence in the 2200 block of 15th Avenue East around 11:09 p.m., according to a police report. Arriving officers found the male victim inside with a single gunshot wound to the middle torso area. Investigators say the suspect was showing the handgun off to the victim when it went off.
    40. AMES, IA, 12/20/13: Police say one person is dead following what has been described as an accidental shooting in Ames. Officers were called to a house on the west side of Ames around 10:30 p.m. Friday and found Devlin Lockman, 38, with a gunshot wound to his head. Lockman lived at the house. The injured person was taken to Mary Greeley Medical Center, where he died. "At this point, it appears that this was a tragic accident," said Ames Police Cmdr. Geoff Huff in a news release. MORE: Witnesses say 38-year-old Devlin Lockman accidentally shot himself in the head with a semi-automatic 9mm handgun.
    41. LOWER GWYNEDD TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/20/13: A Lower Gwynedd police officer accidentally fired his gun while officers responded to a disturbance in which a man pointed his gun at officers during the early morning hours of Dec. 20. The incident began when Lower Gwynedd police were dispatched to a report of a reckless driver traveling north on Bethlehem Pike, according to a press release from the Lower Gwynedd Police Department. Lower Gwynedd police located the vehicle, which was unoccupied, parked in the driveway of a home currently under construction on the 600 block of Montgomery Road and were joined at the scene by officers from Upper Dublin, according to the complaint. As officers searched the outside of the house, they observed a person lying on the floor of a front room, police said. When police identified themselves, Bridges stood up, got a “dark colored revolver” from a closet and pointed it at an officer, according to police. As the officer was retreating for cover, he slipped on ice and fell, unintentionally firing his gun, police said. The one round discharged from the weapon struck the house.


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    Some ass got shot at the Home Depot! And it was attached to a concealed carrier, too. GunFAIL L

    You'd think Christmas week would be a slow week for GunFAIL incidents. But all that actually slowed down was the number of guns found in schools, since most schools were closed for the better part of the week, if not all week long. Instead, those kids were at home, in some cases, with nothing better to do than accidentally shoot one another, or get accidentally shot. In fact, I found fifteen kids who were accidentally shot last week. And in a bizarre, if not particularly significant twist, six of them were 14-year-olds. Shockingly, we also saw our record for the youngest GunFAIL victim shattered, when an infant of just 2 months of age was accidentally shot and killed in East Lampeter, PA. The other child victims of GunFAIL last week were aged 2, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17 and 17.



    Among our other running statistical categories, two cops were involved in GunFAIL incidents, as were four target/recreational shooters, and five hunters. Six gun owners gave their neighbors the opportunity to greet their bullets as liberators, and six more freed their bullets from the bonds of captivity while cleaning their guns. Finally, two more awesome Minute Men accidentally discharged their weapons in retail stores and restaurants last week, scoring direct hits on one counter and one (undoubtedly red, white and blue) ass cheek.


    Also of special note from last week: the Pennsylvania man who decided to punctuate a domestic argument by pounding a rifle on the floor, which then discharged and shot his daughter, upstairs, and; the Colorado man who mistook his 14-year-old step-daughter for an intruder and shot her to death as she tried to sneak back into the house. But that was only the first of two GunFAILs in Colorado Springs for the week. It's a relatively GunFAIL-y place, actually. These two incidents are their 13th and 14th appearances in our lists. But that's over only 10 weekly lists. In other words, this is actually the third time Colorado Springs has appeared more than once inside of a single week's list.


    If you were on the lookout for the first clearly-labeled Christmas gift gun to end up accidentally shooting someone, I think we have it here, in the Kentucky man who shot himself cleaning the pistol he gave his girlfriend as a gift. I don't know how badly it could have needed a cleaning after only two days of ownership. But then again, if they were out shooting it already because they were so excited about it, then it's hard to understand why he wouldn't have checked to see if it was loaded before cleaning it. Then again, it's something you're really supposed to do every time, anyway.


    But if everybody did what they were supposed to do, every time, this list would presumably be a lot shorter. And it isn't. And if you have any doubts about its future, search the #AR15 hashtag on Twitter for pictures of people posing in their homes with their brand new rifles, very often with their fingers on the trigger. Or better yet, see for yourself by scrolling back to Christmas day in Brandon Friedman's Twitter feed. You might also note the number of such rifles presented as gifts (at some rather steep prices, too), versus, say, the number of them confiscated by Obama.


    Anyway, no, the list is not particularly short. So without further ado, I present it to you, below the fold.


    1. PORT CLINTON, OH, 11/11/13: An Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office deputy assigned as a corrections officer discharged a firearm inside the Ottawa County Detention Facility on Nov. 11, according to OCSO reports. The reports say Deputy Matt Gandee was showing a Springfield XDM semi-automatic handgun to another deputy, who was thinking about buying a similar model, when the incident occurred. The reports say Gandee had retrieved the weapon from a personal vehicle to show it to the other deputy. A single round was fired into a metal gun locker after Gandee pulled the trigger as he was showing the other officer how the safety features on the weapon worked. The bullet lodged inside a gun locker near the deputies, according to the reports. Neither deputy was injured, though both reported severe ringing in their ears, the reports said.
    2. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 12/14/13: A teenage boy who was shot dead in San Francisco this month was slain not by an enemy but by an accomplice in a street robbery, after a bullet fired at the victim ricocheted off his face, police said Friday. Officials released the shocking details of the death of 16-year-old Clifton Chatman while announcing the arrest of one of the alleged thieves, who is also 16, on suspicion of murder and attempted robbery. Due to his age, the suspect was not identified. Police did not say whether they believed he was the shooter. The incident happened Dec. 14 near the Alemany public housing complex in Bernal Heights. Police said a group of suspects accosted a man at about 11 p.m., and that as they dug through the victim's possessions and took his phone, one of them pulled out a handgun. The victim did not resist and complied with all demands, police said, but the gunman still opened fire. The bullet, though, glanced off the victim's face and struck Chatman, who was pronounced dead at the scene, officials said. The target of the robbery was hospitalized, but is expected to survive.
    3. KODIAK, AK, 12/19/13: While out driving, the two individuals began to consume alcohol. According to Spokeswoman Beth Ipsen, "The driver was operating the vehicle with one hand on the wheel and was handling the cocked and loaded firearm with the other hand, when it accidentally discharged, striking him in the knee." As a result of the firearm discharge, the passenger was also struck by shrapnel from the blast.
    4. BEREA, OH, 12/20/13: A man called police Dec. 20 at 8:35 a.m. to report an accidental shooting. The man said he accidentally shot himself in the left knee area while putting his gun away. The man said he had ejected a magazine and thought his Walther handgun was unloaded when it shot him. Berea Fire Department paramedics transported the man to a hospital for treatment.
    5. BODFISH, CA, 12/20/13: The Bodfish man found dead in his booby-trapped home last weekend died of an accidental shotgun wound to the torso, according to a coroner's report released Friday. Paul Edward Morningstar, 66, was found Sunday in his Bodfish home, which had been rigged with multiple explosive devices. Sheriff's officials say they attempted to check Morningstar on Friday, Dec. 20, when neighbors reported hearing a loud "boom." A robot was unable to detect a body inside Morningstar's home that night, but did find explosive devices. A bomb squad entered the residence the next day to disarm any explovsives and located the 66-year-old. Neighbors described Morningstar as an "old hippy," eccentric, quiet and friendly.
    6. EL PASO CO., CO, 12/21/13: The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is on the scene of an accidental shooting. The call for help came in around 2 p.m. Saturday. According to a spokesman for the Sheriff's Office, a man was doing some recreational shooting off Mount Herman Road when he shot himself in the leg. The man was taken to the hospital, but the extent of his injuries is not immediately clear. According to the U.S. Forest Service, there is an area west of Monument off Mount Herman Road that is approved for recreation/target shooting.
    7. QUICK, WV, 12/21/13: A ten-year-old girl accidentally shot during target practice is now undergoing surgery. It happened about 5:30 p.m. Sunday on Pentacre Road near Quick, W.Va. Sheriff's deputies say the girl and a nine-year-old boy were target practicing with a shotgun near a creek when the shooting happened. The girl's arm and chest were injured. She was taken to CAMC General where she was taken into surgery. There's no word on her name or condition at this time. UPDATE: Her name was Payton Thomas. And she didn't make it.
    8. LASDON, SC, 12/21/13: A North Charleston firefighter was injured Saturday night in an incident that is being described as an accident involving a firearm, the department's spokeswoman said Sunday. The firefighter was off duty at the time, North Charleston Fire spokeswoman Bianca Bourbeau. She referred questions to the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office. Deputies were called to a house on Cohen Circle about 7 p.m. Saturday, sheriff's office spokesman Dan Moon said. They found that a man was cleaning a gun and shot himself in the hand. The bullet went through his hand and hit his brother, a firefighter, in the leg. The bullet apparently severed an artery, causing extensive bleeding. The firefighter was taken to a hospital and remained in intensive care Sunday, Moon said. No further investigation is planned, he said.
    9. MORENO VALLEY, CA, 12/21/13: A man was killed Saturday, Dec. 21 in an apparent shooting accident near Moreno Valley, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement. Officers responded to a 911 call at Reche Canyon Road and Locust Avenue, in an unincorporated area of Riverside County. They found a man with a gunshot wound and transported him to a local hospital, where he died. The name of the man has not yet been released. Police say the man and another male friend were in the county area shooting rifles Saturday morning when one of the guns discharged and hit the victim. The friend called 911 to say the man had been shot.
    10. TRINITY, TX, 12/21/13: A trinity police officer is recovering in a Tyler hospital after a firearm discharged while on the way to a felony arrest Saturday night. According to Trinity Police Chief Steve Jones, Officer Travis Bryan was going to help serve a warrant at a home on N. Clegg Road. Jones said while on the way, the patrol unit made a quick turn, causing a shotgun in the vehicle to shift and discharge. "When the weapon discharged, the bullet grazed the foot of Officer Bryan," Jones said. "Officer Bryan had to have his pinky toe amputated when he arrived at the hospital." Jones said that at this time, the department is investigating the incident. "We are looking into three possibilities," Jones said. "We don't know if it was a mistake by the officer. We don't know if the weapon could have malfunctioned and discharged. Another possibility is that something could have got caught on the trigger when the gun shifted, causing the discharge."
    11. JEFFERSON CO., AL, 12/21/13: Roosevelt Parker Jr., 52, was fatally shot early Saturday at a business in the 1200 block of Center Point Parkway. His nephew, 28-year-old Marcus Jarell White, turned himself into the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and was charged with murder. Chief Deputy Randy Christian on Monday released more information about the deadly shooting and two stabbings that took place there. It was an adult birthday party being held at a business that had been rented out for the event. Two people crashed the party, and a fight broke out when they were asked to leave about 1:30 a.m. During the fight, the two party-crashers were stabbed, Christian said. They went back into the party again. Next, White came in through the back door aiming for the stabbed party-crashers. He fired at them, but instead killed his uncle, who was found in the front parking lot.
    12. SIOUX FALLS, SD, 12/21/13: A Sioux Falls man accused of accidentally firing a gunshot that narrowly missed two people in a neighboring apartment was arrested Saturday morning on gun charges. Anthony Steven Pier, 24, faces reckless discharge of a firearm and possession of firearm while intoxicated charges. Both are misdemeanors. The incident occurred after Pier was picked up from a bar by a friend and taken back to his apartment at 4004 S. Louise Avenue, police spokesman Sam Clemens said. Once at the apartment, the friend asked Pier if he could have his handgun for safe keeping to ensure there wouldn’t be any problems that night. The friend told police he asked for the gun because Pier had been feeling depressed and thought that he could have potentially been suicidal. Around 12:30 a.m., Pier, who was intoxicated at the time, attempted to clear the handgun before handing it over. As he was attempting to eject a round, Pier, who had his hand on the trigger, accidentally fired a round, Clemens said. “That round went through a neighboring apartment, narrowly missing the person in that apartment,” Clemens said. “The bullet then continued into another apartment, again, narrowly missed another person.” The bullet ended up coming to rest inside that third apartment, Clemens said. Police determined the shot was fired accidentally.
    13. OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, 12/22/13: An Oklahoma City man is injured after he accidentally shot himself Sunday afternoon. According to police, officers responded to the incident in the 1200 block of Northgate Terrace. Police say a man was showing his grandpa a gun. But he didn't know it was loaded and accidentally shot himself in the foot. The man has been transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
    14. MONTERREY CO., CA, 12/22/13: A Fresno woman was accidentally shot by a relative during a hunting outing in Los Padres National Forest, Monterey County Sheriff's deputies reported Monday. Officials said Zoua Lo Xiong was shot about 10 a.m. Sunday at Botchers Gap. Deputies said Xiong was not wearing brightly colored safety gear and "blended into the scenery." The shooter did not realize his relative had been shot until she cried out, deputies said. Xiong suffered entry wounds to the face, head, upper back and left arm, but was conscious and able to speak when she was taken to a local hospital, officials said. MORE: They're sisters-in-law.
    15. DERRY TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/22/13: An 11-year-old girl was shot in her leg and foot on Sunday night while she was sitting on the floor of an upstairs bedroom in a Derry Township home. The bullet discharged when Thomas Eric Furin, 36, allegedly banged a rifle against the floor downstairs during an argument with his girlfriend, the child's mother, police said. The rifle went off and “the bullet traveled through the ceiling into an upstairs bedroom,” through the girl's right foot and left thigh as she sat cross-legged and then through the bedroom's ceiling and attic.
    16. CHARLOTTE, NC, 12/22/13: A Charlotte woman said she was afraid for her life and gunfire erupted outside her home. Bendetta Brown said the bullet sounded more like a bomb exploding through her house. Around 3:30 a.m. Sunday, Brown, her daughter and elderly mother were all asleep when gunshots were fired behind her north Charlotte home. Brown said one of the bullets tore through her bedroom wall just inches away from her bed. "One, two, three and that fourth shot I heard something shatter I said oh my God sounds like they hit the window the house or something," said Brown.
    17. COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, 12/23/13: Colorado Springs police are now telling FOX21 News that the 14 year old girl shot this morning has died. According to police, the girls stepfather shot her, thinking it was a home invasion. Police say she may have been sneaking back into her house. The incident happened about 5:57 Monday morning on the city's northeast side, near Peterson Road and North Carefree Circle. It was not clear how many shots were fired.
    18. LAWRENCEVILLE, GA, 12/23/13: Gwinnett County Police say a shooting Monday evening at a party in Lawrenceville was accidental. A male in his 20s showed up at Gwinnett Medical Center with a gunshot wound and the Gwinnett Police Department was called to investigate. “It looks like he was at a party and it was an accidental shooting and they hit him in the leg,” Sgt. Brian Doan said of the victim. “Everything is lining up from what the victim is saying that it was accidental.” The incident occurred at the Herrington Woods Apartments in Lawrenceville. Doan said the wound was non life-threatening.
    19. HELENA, MT, 12/23/13: A 14-year-old boy is in stable condition at St. Peter’s Hospital after a friend accidentally shot him while hunting rabbits near MacDonald Pass, Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton said Monday evening. Powell County 911 received a call around 1 p.m. Monday from a male reporting that his younger brother had been shot in the leg by a friend, and that the three were en route to the hospital in Helena, Dutton said. The incident occurred between the road at the top of MacDonald Pass and Cromwell Dixon Campground, near the Powell and Lewis and Clark county boundary. At the hospital, the injured boy told a Lewis and Clark County deputy that incident occurred when a 15-year-old female friend tripped while crossing a cattle guard, according to Dutton. Her rifle discharged, striking him in the right thigh, he said.
    20. FRANKLIN CO., KS, 12/23/13: A 14-year-old Pomona boy was not seriously injured when he shot himself in the foot Monday morning in a hunting mishap. The youth was hunting rabbits about 11:44 a.m. on his family’s property in rural Franklin County when he accidentally shot himself in the right foot with a small caliber rifle, according to a sheriff’s report.
    21. SEVEN SPRINGS, NC, 12/23/13: The Lenoir County Sheriff's Office says the accidental discharge of a gun has left one man dead and another charged. Deputies were dispatched to 855 Smith Grady Road, Seven Springs at 1:10 p.m. Monday in reference to a shooting incident. Deputies arrived on scene and found a male victim dead from a gunshot wound. The victim has been identified as 20-year-old Randall Thomas Lewis. Deputies say he died of an apparent gunshot wound to the head. Sheriffs' detectives say the investigation and determined that Lewis and 19-year-old Michael Bradley Rouse were engaged in horseplay while Rouse held a semi-automatic handgun. Rouse reportedly pointed the handgun at the victim believing the gun had the safety engaged. The gun was then fired and a bullet struck Lewis.
    22. FRANKLIN, KY, 12/23/13: A 5-year-old girl was injured Monday after an accidental shooting in Simpson County, according to Simpson County Sheriff’s Detective Eddie Lawson. Deputies were called to The Medical Center at Franklin around 4 p.m. Monday, where a 5-year-old girl had pellet wounds on her cheek, chest and hands, Lawson said. The girl had been at a family friend’s home on 5969 Scottsville Road in Franklin with her father, brother and other adults and children. Everyone was in the garage, and the adults were working on ATVs. The kids were playing around a pool table. “Apparently, somebody had left a loaded shotgun on a pool table,” Lawson said. “We think maybe one of the children pulled the trigger of the shotgun, completely unintentional.” The pool table and the items on the table seemed to have absorbed most of the shotgun blast, Lawson said. The girl was the only person injured. “We are ruling it as an accidental shooting,” Lawson said. “There’s nothing to indicate there was any criminal intent.”
    23. HAMDEN, CT, 12/23/13: A 23-year-old man who shot himself in the leg on Monday initially told police that someone else did it, police said. Officers who responded to the corner of Concord and Garden streets about 9:30 p.m. for the reported shooting found Bobby McCrea suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. McCrea and his friends told the officers that an individual driving a specific vehicle was responsible for the shooting, police said. However an investigation determined that the wound was self-inflicted, according to police.
    24. SPANISH FORT, AL, 12/24/13: Police are investigating an apparent hunting accident that left one man with a gunshot wound to his leg in the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta, officials said. Around 12:05 p.m., the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department got a call from a cell phone reporting the shooting, said MFRD spokesman Steve Huffman. The caller, who has not been identified, said he and a friend were hunting on Upper Crabb Creek when one of them was accidentally shot. It's unclear whether the injured man or his friend made the call. The victim told authorities he and his friend had been hunting for hogs when his friend accidentally shot him. The Mobile Police Department and the Alabama Marine Police are performing a routine investigation of the incident, Huffman said.
    25. EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/24/13: A 2-month-old baby girl is dead after police say she was accidentally killed when a gun was fired by a member of her family. Lancaster County District Attorney, Craig Stedman was at a loss for words when he spoke with us earlier this evening. Stedman says it’s absolutely devastating, but even worse is the timing. One day before Christmas. It happened here at 2165 Old Philadelphia Pike just before 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. “Obviously it’s an incredibly disturbing set of circumstances,” says Lancaster County District Attorney, Craig Stedman. Stedman says the one gunshot fired from a handgun was enough to kill a 2-month-old baby girl. “This is not random. It’s a family member who had possession of the gun. I’m not going to identify any names at this particular time because people are still being notified,” says Stedman.
    26. ROCKY POINT, OK, 12/24/13: A woman was taken to the hospital after she was shot at a home in Wagoner County. Sheriff's deputies were called about 1 p.m. Tuesday to a residence in the 31000 block of East 683 Road in Rocky Point, Maj. Gary Handley said. According to authorities, a woman was wounded when a gun accidentally discharged inside the residence. She was transported by medics to Wagoner Community Hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, Handley said. The unidentified victim was then later taken to a Tulsa hospital for additional treatment.
    27. COLUMBIA, MO, 12/24/13: A Columbia woman is recovering after being by struck by a bullet fired into a home on Christmas Eve. Police say several adults and children were in the house when the woman was wounded around 10 p.m. Tuesday. Several rounds were fired into the home, but only the 41-year-old woman was hit by a bullet that came through a wall. The woman was taken to a hospital with injuries that police said were not life-threatening. A tracking dog from the Boone County Sheriff's Department was brought to the scene but was unable to lead officers to a suspect.
    28. BROOKLYN, NY, 12/24/13: A drunken Brooklyn man playing with a gun shot his younger brother in the hip on Christmas Eve and then tried to dump the smoking pistol on a neighbor, officials said Thursday. “Take this,” boozed-up shooter Jose Miranda, 49, told his upstairs neighbor on Tuesday after shooting younger brother Gregorio Miranda-Cruz, 48, according to court papers. “I screwed up and made a mistake.” The two brothers had just returned to their apartment on Belvidere St. near Broadway in Bushwick around 11:30 p.m. following a night of drinking. Law enforcement sources said a soused Miranda pulled a Smith & Wesson 9-mm. handgun from his dresser as he looked for some clean clothes. Miranda told police he was aiming the gun at his bedroom wall when it went off, according to court papers. The bullet pierced Miranda-Cruz’s hip, nicked his bladder and lower intestine and exited his stomach. Authorities said Miranda immediately ran upstairs and tried to hand the gun to neighbor Jonathan Espinosa, 28. Espinosa wouldn’t take it, but Miranda left the loaded weapon on his neighbor’s stove before fleeing, officials said.
    29. DELTONA, FL, 12/25/13: A Deltona man was killed Wednesday morning after he was shot in the chest while in his backyard. The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office said around 10 a.m. deputies were called to a home in the 3200 block of Cadehill Drive. When they arrived they found the 69-year-old man, whose name has not been released, with a gunshot wound to the chest. He was taken by ambulance to Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City where he was pronounced dead. Investigators said they are working to determine whether he may have been struck by a stray bullet. The Sheriff’s Office said witnesses told them a neighbor built a shooting range with a raised berm and it’s possible that a stray bullet may have struck the victim. The man who may have fired the shot has been interviewed by deputies.
    30. FRANKLIN, TN, 12/25/13: A four-year-old was shot in the hand Christmas morning in Williamson County. Officials with the Franklin Police Department said the incident occurred at 11:47 a.m. Wednesday near Cherokee Place in Franklin. According to investigators, the four-year-old was shot in the hand and as a result, sustained non-life threatening injuries.
    31. FLINT, MI, 12/25/13: A 2-year-old boy was shot in the foot after a gun discharged on Christmas Day, according to a police report. The boy and his mother were at a residence in the 2500 block of Dakota around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 25. He was jumping on the couch when a gun discharged, striking him in the right foot, the report said. The boy was taken to the hospital where he was listed in good condition. The report does not say how the gun discharged or if there were any arrests.
    32. SPOKANE, WA, 12/25/13: A 12-year-old boy was accidentally shot in the lower leg Wednesday evening on East Jacobs Road north of Spokane Valley. Spokane County sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of an accidental shooting around 8:45 p.m. The boy and his grandfather were roughhousing together in the living room of a home on the 14000 block of East Jacobs Road when a handgun in a concealed holster on the grandfather’s belt went off, according to the Sheriff’s Office. The bullet went through the boy’s right calf. The injury wasn’t life-threatening, the Sheriff’s Office said, and the boy was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
    33. DALLAS, TX, 12/25/13: Carmelino Cardona, 29, has been charged with two counts of deadly contact after he discharged a gun inside his apartment. He remains in the Dallas County jail in lieu of $10,000 bail. Cardona was fiddling with a pistol when he accidentally shot a bullet into two adjacent apartments at the Peterson Place Apartments in the 5400 block of Peterson Lane near Alpha Road, according to a police report. One of Cardona’s neighbors called police around 12:20 p.m. after a bullet came through his wall. The man thought it had come from next door, but responding officers discovered the bullet had gone through two apartments. Cardona told police he had been sitting at a table when his gun went off. The unloaded pistol was found on an upstairs dresser, police said. There were no reported injuries.
    34. TUNKHANNOCK TOWNSHIP, PA, 12/25/13: State police at Towanda reported a 24-year-old Tunkhannock man accidentally shot himself while preparing to clean a Springfield Armory XD 9 mm semi-automatic pistol around 5:15 p.m. Wednesday. The gun discharged and the round struck the man in the left lower thumb, exited his wrist area and reentered his lower forearm before exiting again approximately three inches farther down the forearm, state police. No further details were available.
    35. LAKE CHARLES, LA, 12/26/13: A 20-year-old Lake Charles man is dead following a shooting Thursday morning. Authorities responded to an incident at a home near the corner of Louie and Ryan streets. An eyewitness told KPLC that the victim was working on his truck around 9 a.m. and started playing with his gun and accidentally shot himself. Deputy Coroner Zeb Johnson said there is no evidence of foul play, and they are investigating an accidental shooting.
    36. ERIE, PA, 12/26/13: A man was taken to UPMC Hamot for treatment after shooting himself in the leg this afternoon. Emergency responders were called to an apartment in the 1300 block of West Ninth Street shortly after noon on a report of a man who had shot himself. It appears the man shot himself while cleaning his gun, Erie police Capt. Aaron Wassell said.
    37. NASHVILLE, TN, 12/26/13: A 14-year-old was taken to the hospital after telling police he shot himself in the foot. He was taken to Vanderbilt Children's Hospital with minor injuries. The incident happened near the intersection of 14th Avenue North and Buchanan Street. Police say they were not able to find the gun, any casings or blood at the scene.
    38. YOUNGSTOWN, OH, 12/26/13: Police say two people were wounded in the fingers when a gun accidentally discharged about 2 p.m. today on the East Side. A spokesman said the people were on East High Avenue and were slightly injured. Charges are not expected, the spokesman said.
    39. BRIGHTON, MI, 12/26/13: Authorities say a man accidentally shot himself in a home improvement store with the gun he was legally carrying. WHMI-FM reports the 32-year-old man from the Livingston County community of Green Oak Township was shot in the buttocks Thursday evening at the Home Depot in Brighton. Police say it appears he was reaching for his wallet when he inadvertently grabbed the pistol and a shot fired. The man was treated for minor injuries at a nearby hospital. Police say the man had a license to carry the concealed weapon and no charges will be filed.
    40. FORT WORTH, TX, 12/26/13: Police say a man in is custody accused of fatally shooting a 14-year-old boy in what the man claims was a mistake. Fort Worth police said they received a call of a shooting just before midnight Friday in the 3000 block of Hanger Avenue. A 24-year-old man told police he pulled out a handgun, that he didn't know was loaded, and shot a 14-year-old boy just above the left eye. Shortly before 4 p.m. Friday, both police and the boy's family confirmed that he has now died.
    41. SWIFTON, AR, 12/26/13: Law enforcement is investigating the shooting death of a 14-year-old boy. According to reports, the Jackson County Sheriff's responded to a 911 call around 7:15 Thursday night in reference to a shooting incident in Swifton. Officers arrived at the 500 block of Main Street where they found Isaac Odell Williams dead with an apparent gunshot wound to the face. Williams' body has been sent to the State Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy, but at this time, the shooting appears to be accidental.
    42. RUSHSYLVANIA, OH, 12/26/13: Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office responded to Mary Rutan Hospital about 5:50 p.m. Thursday in reference to a patient who was receiving treatment for a gunshot wound. They spoke with medical staff and also the patient, Shane R. Kramer, 39, of 1354 E. County Road 113, Rushsylvania. Mr. Kramer said he had been drinking earlier in the day, and he had been cleaning a firearm at his residence. He said he was not very familiar with the firearm, and he thought it was completely unloaded. However, in the process of cleaning the gun, it discharged a round into his leg.
    43. AXTELL, NE, 12/26/13: A 17-year-old was transported to a hospital Thursday night following an accidental shooting near Axtell. According to the Nebraska State Patrol, five juveniles had driven out to an abandoned farmhouse north of Axtell Thursday night. The two females in the group and one of the males left to explore while the other two males stayed inside the pickup. After returning, the three found the doors locked to the pickup. Officials say the male outside the pickup was joking around when a 22-caliber handgun he was carrying accidentally discharged, hitting one of the teens inside the truck. The injured teen was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney with non-life-threatening injuries.
    44. SPOKANE, WA, 12/26/13: At Justin Werle's first court appearance Friday, police said they were seeking the 28-year-old for his alleged involvement in a shooting Thursday when he walked into Sunset Grocery. According to the affidavit, the initial call was from Werle’s brother, reporting he accidentally fired his weapon. Police said they saw the suspect in the grocery store and found a sawed off shotgun in his possession. They arrested Werle for attempted first-degree robbery and second-degree felon in possession of a firearm. Werle has nine previous felonies including riot with a deadly weapon and third degree assault according to officials. Police said he was also arrested in April in Browne’s Addition for shooting a person in the head. That victim survived. Still, it is unclear whether he planned Thursday to rob the store. Sunset grocery was robbed twice during the ten days leading up to the incident. Werle’s mother said her son was not involved. She said he’s friends with a Sunset Grocery employee.
    45. COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, 12/27/13: Colorado Springs police arrested a man after he allegedly fired a gun into a neighboring apartment early Friday morning. According to police, Aleksey Kolyushin, 27, was taken into custody shortly before 2 a.m. on suspicion of illegal discharge and prohibited use of a firearm and reckless endangerment. Officers were called to the apartments at 4460 Burton Way when a man awoke to the sound of a gunshot. He called police and reported that he heard the loud blast and found a bullet hole in the bedroom wall near his bed, a report said. No body was injured and Kolyushin was taken to the El Paso County jail. UPDATE: Nygren says police told him his apartment neighbor was cleaning his gun when it went off.
    46. LEXINGTON, KY, 12/27/13: A 19-year old Lexington teen was cleaning a gun when it went off hitting him in the hip, Friday afternoon. A friend of the victim who was in the house at the time said the teen was cleaning his girlfriend's small handgun that she got for Christmas, and didn't know there was a bullet loaded in the chamber when he pulled back the slide, making the gun go off. Maggie Evans said the girlfriend was taking a nap in the bed next to the teen when the accident happened. "He got a gun cleaning kit this morning and was excited to open it up and clean it out," Evans said.
    47. WILKES-BARRE, PA, 12/27/13: Wilkes-Barre police are investigating a shooting at the Sherman Hills Apartments after two area residents showed up at a New Jersey hospital on Friday claiming they had been shot by accident. Lashawn Burgman, 31, of Wyoming, and Catherine Thomas, 23, of Sherman Hills’ Building 308, told police they drove more than 100 miles after getting accidentally shot because they were “afraid” and wanted to avoid a police investigation, according to a search warrant application filed in court Friday. But their plan fell apart after authorities at East Orange General Hospital contacted Newark, N.J., police, who in turn called Wilkes-Barre police, according to an affidavit filed in support of the warrant. The pair told investigators they had been accidentally shot in Thomas’ apartment, where she lives with a small child, police said. Thomas told police she was lying on top of Burgman when his gun went off, shooting her in the foot and him in the leg, the affidavit says. Both injuries required emergency surgery, police said. When Burgman was questioned, he told police he was pulling a .380-caliber handgun from his waistband when it accidentally fired, police said.
    48. SOUTH BEND, IN, 12/27/13: A South Bend teenager was shot in the foot Friday afternoon. Police were dispatched to a home in the 100 block of Gladstone Avenue around 3:05 p.m. The 17-year-old female was found inside with a gunshot wound to the right foot. According to paramedics, she is being treated at a local hospital for a serious foot injury. South Bend Police say the shooting is accidental. Investigators were able to recover the firearm involved in the incident.
    49. KERNERSVILLE, NC, 12/27/13: Kernersville Police say they are investigating after a gun discharged inside a restaurant Friday afternoon. Officers said they responded to Palenque Mexican Restaurant on North Main Street at 1:18 p.m. Video from the restaurant showed a man attempting to pay at the register when he dropped a handgun and it discharged. Police told WFMY News 2 the round from the gun struck the counter at the register, then a half wall before entering the ceiling. No one was injured during the incident.
    50. SAN ANTONIO, TX, 12/27/13: A man is in the hospital after being shot in leg last night - possibly by himself. Police responded to a call in the 1600 block of West Villaret Boulevard, where family members told them the man was shot at another location, news reports say. Police, however, found a weapon in the home and believe the man might have shot himself on accident.
    51. LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ, 12/27/13: A man, appearing to be in his early 20s, shot himself just above the ankle Friday evening in a possible accident on Pink Rock Road and was taken away with a potential limb threatening situation, a Lake Havasu Fire Department official said. Fire Department officials received the call of a man shooting his foot out in the desert off of Paso De Oro Drive at about 5:15 p.m. Arriving on the scene, Battalion Chief Mike Quijada said he learned that the man, who was possibly a soldier on leave, had a 12-gauge shotgun pointed down at his side and the gun went off striking just above the left ankle. The incident occurred while the man was about one-eighth of a mile from Paso De Oro Drive on Pink Rock Road in the desert, Quijada said. Another person heard the scream and the blast and helped treat the young man before help arrived, he said. MORE: Shane Roe, 20, shot himself with his shotgun on Friday while he and a girlfriend were target shooting on Pink Rock Road off of Paso De Oro Drive. According to Mohave County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Trish Carter, Roe was kneeling down in position to take another shot at a target with his 12-gauge shotgun. The gun, which was facing downward, accidentally went off and shot him just above the left ankle. Roe’s girlfriend, who was with him, was away at the time getting more ammo but called authorities when she discovered the accident.
    52. EGNAR, CO, 12/27/13: A 28-year-old Egnar man is dead following an apparent accidental shooting that occured while he was hunting for coyotes late Friday night. According to San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters, Trenten Tyler Sutherland, 28, was shot and killed while hunting with two other friends on his property near Egnar. Masters said at about 11 p.m. Sutherland, and the two other men, were walking and looking for coyotes when a "mistake" occurred. He said there was "something" that was misidentified as a coyote and Sutherland was "accidentally shot and killed." "All indications are that this is tragic accidental shooting," Masters said.


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    First off I believe ALL Automatic and Semi Automatic weapons should be BANNED/ Destroyed.

    I also think that the second Amendment should be a bit more technical with the whole " Right to bear arms".


    For me personally I had my fair share of weapons for this lifetime. I wouldn't care if I never touched one again. Unless I absolutely positively needed to in order to pick up groceries. Then I would take my Lee-Enfield Bolt-Action rifle.
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    South Carolina 15-year-old fatally shoots 12-year-old girl in the head with grandpa’s gun

    A 15-year-old boy is in custody in South Carolina after shooting and killing a 12-year-old girl with his grandfather’s handgun over the weekend.



    According to WYFF, Laurens County deputies found Hope Alexandria Fair with a gunshot to the head at a mobile home Sunday night.


    Lt. Jawarski Shelton explained that the 12-year-old girl had been visiting a friend at the mobile home when the 15-year-old suspect came inside the home with the gun at around 6:30 p.m.. The 15-year-old boy originally told police that the weapon had been fired by someone else.


    “(He) called the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office stating that he had walked into a residence after hearing a gunshot and found a 12-year-old female on the floor with a gunshot wound,” Shelton noted.

    But a second caller, the victim’s friend, told police that her 15-year-old cousin had been holding the gun when it discharged.


    “Eventually, he admitted that he was actually holding the gun when it fired and that he was actually loading a magazine into the weapon,” Shelton explained. “When he pulled the slide back, the gun fired.”


    The pistol was recovered after a search of a wooded area near the home. Investigators determined that the suspect had taken the weapon from his grandfather’s vehicle, but did not have permission.

    The 15-year-old boy was being held the Department of Juvenile Justice and will be charged with involuntary manslaughter. He was not expected to be tried as an adult.


    Michelle Fair, the victim’s mother, described her daughter as “strong” and “creative.”


    “She was definitely one of a kind,” the mother recalled. “She was so beautiful.”


    “I know it was an accident, and he’ll have to pay for that accident for a long time,” Michelle Fair said of the 15-year-old boy. “I feel sorry for them. I feel sorry for him. I’ll lose my daughter forever. They’re going to lose their kid for a long time, too.”


    Breanna Fair, the victim’s sister, told WHNS that she was still trying to make sense of the shooting.


    “Someone doesn’t need to leave a gun laying out where kids can grab it,” she said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69zackxx View Post
    First off I believe ALL Automatic and Semi Automatic weapons should be BANNED/ Destroyed.

    I also think that the second Amendment should be a bit more technical with the whole " Right to bear arms".


    For me personally I had my fair share of weapons for this lifetime. I wouldn't care if I never touched one again. Unless I absolutely positively needed to in order to pick up groceries. Then I would take my Lee-Enfield Bolt-Action rifle.
    BS! I agree that there is no need for a civilian to own a full auto but semi auto? What needs to happen is to enforce the laws that are on the books not add new ones. If you own a firearm and have children you should teach them the safety in handling them. I have a 6 year old that has more safety sense with rifles than some adults I know. He knows how to strip and is a good shot with an AR-15 (only with me present) In my house firearms are secured but are not voodoo, and because of this if he sees a firearm he is not tempted to "play" with it. He got a Red Ryder of his own for Christmas and he asked for a trigger lock for it to keep it safe.
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    New Year's Gun Celebrations Lead To Injuries

    There are probably better times to brandish a firearm than on a boozy holiday that reaches its crescendo with a wild midnight celebration. But that's how some people ushered in the new year this week, and they have the wounds to show for it.



    Walter Moore, 22, was arrested in Denver for allegedly shooting a teenaged girl in the hand shortly after midnight on Wednesday in what police are speculating was an act of "New Year's Eve revelry" gone awry. The girl's injury is not life threatening, but police are investigating Moore for aggravated assault.


    Over in Port Arthur, Texas, a 39-year-old man shot himself in the foot after attempting to ring in the new year by firing of his handgun. No charges will be filed against the man, who authorities said was "exhibiting signs of intoxication" at the time. His injuries are also non-life threatening.


    A Florida man who celebrated the holiday in a similar fashion may not be so lucky. The unidentified man is now fighting for his life after reportedly shooting himself in the head around midnight in Jacksonville, Fla. He was said to be playing with his gun during a gathering with family members inside an apartment.

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    US gun magazine producer to leave Colo. over gun laws



    One of the largest producers of gun magazines in the U.S. is leaving Colorado because of its new gun laws and moving its operations to Texas and Wyoming.


    Magpul Industries, based in Erie, Colorado, announced Thursday that it was moving its production, distribution and shipping operations to Cheyenne and its headquarters to Texas, making good on a vow it made to leave Colorado during last year's heated gun control debate
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    In 2013, the company took out a newspaper ad stating it would leave should the state pass a ban on high-capacity magazines and add-ons for semi-automatic rifles.
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    What the fuck though,,they have a new business to make up over the loss that they single handedly created,,they now have ''LEGALIZED RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA''
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    Gun from botched 'Fast and Furious' operation turns up after Mexican resort shootout





    A gun from the failed "Fast and Furious" operation has turned up after a shootout at a Mexican resort last month, Fox News confirms.



    The gunfight took place between authorities and suspected cartel gunmen at a seaside Mexican resort on Dec. 18 in Puerto Peñasco.


    The gun was found and traced through the owner of the Lone Wolf gun store -- the man at the center of the "Furious" scandal for selling most of the weapons in cooperation with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
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    Missouri 6-Year-Old Shot On New Year's Day

    A 6-year-old girl is in stable condition after being accidentally shot in Springfield, Missouri on New Year's Day, KOLR10News reported.



    Authorities say the girl was shot by a 12-year-old boy. The girl's mother was present in the home where the incident took place.

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    Stumbler, the way you shoot off your mouth you might be the next "head line"!
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    Not everyone is Detroit is a brain dead leftist;

    Detroit police chief James Craig says more citizens should be armed



    Detroit’s police chief has a solution to help drive down crime in one of the nation’s most dangerous cities: arm more citizens.


    James Craig made the comments at a police press conference Thursday, when he announced a 7 percent drop in violent crime in 2013, The Detroit News reported. Although urban police typically favor gun control, Craig said his views evolved after working in Los Angeles and Maine, where concealed weapons permits are more easily obtained.


    “I changed my orientation real quick,” Craig said. “Maine is one of the safest places in America. Clearly, suspects knew that good Americans were armed.”


    Thursday’s comments echo statements Craig has made in the past, including those he made last month, when he said responsible citizens who carry concealed pistol licenses “translates into crime reduction
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    Colorado Republicans, activists seek to overturn state's new gun laws



    Republican House Leader Rep. Brian DelGrosso said last week that Republicans plan to introduce a bill to repeal the 15-round limit on ammunition magazines.


    He said Republicans will likely also revisit expanded background checks, but did not provide specifics on possible legislation.
    The restrictions that took effect July 1 led to the recall ouster of two Democratic state senators.

    Republicans will have a difficult time overturning the laws, though. Democrats control the House by a wide margin and have a one-vote lead in the Senate.


    The state Legislature considered changing the law, and a bill cleared the Democratic House. But the measure was shelved in the Democratic Senate after Democratic Sen. Evie Hudak challenged a rape victim who testified that she should have had a gun to protect herself.
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