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CrimeMan accidentally shoots friend while taking apart gun

20:40  22 july  2019
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Police: Man fatally shoots stepfather during argument at DeLand apartment

Police: Man fatally shoots stepfather during argument at DeLand apartment A man fatally shot his stepfather during an argument at a DeLand apartment Saturday night, police said. Police are investigating what led to that argument and the circumstances that ended in gunfire that killed a 60-year-old man, said DeLand police Lt. Juan Millan. "We understand that there was an argument and that the victim got shot," Millan said. [READ MORE: Man shot during dispute near DeLand] Officers responded shortly before 11 p.m. to 430 S. Parsons Ave where they found the man in one of the apartments, authorities said. The stepson fled the scene after a shooting and Millan said Sunday morning that he wasn't aware if an arrest had been made.

Robert Henry, 38, shot himself in the chest while attempting to take his own gun apart to clean it, according to police. He was trying to field strip his gun while sitting at his desk at Police said he was awake and alert after the shooting and his injury was not life-threatening. Henry has a valid gun permit.

Gwinnett Police said Georgia teen Devin Hodges, 15, shot and killed himself after accidentally shooting and killing his friend The Gwinnett (Georgia) Police Department said Tuesday that a teen who accidentally shot and killed a friend while showing off a new gun , minutes later took his own life.

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BELVIDERE TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A man from Washington, Michigan, accidentally shot his friend while breaking down a gun Sunday night.

The shooting occurred at Musson Road south of M-46 just before 7:30 p.m. Sunday. An investigation found that a 48-year-old man was breaking down a handgun and accidentally discharged the firearm. The bullet struck a friend, identified as a 46-year-old male, who was sitting nearby.

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The bullet entered the victim's right leg and passed through and into his left leg. The victim was transported to Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids with non-life threatening injuries.

Canadian police accidentally livestream double homicide press conference using cat filter

Canadian police accidentally livestream double homicide press conference using cat filter The Royal Canadian Mounted Police inadvertently streamed a press conference regarding a double homicide using a filter that added cat ears and whiskers to the police officer on Friday, according to the Daily Beast. The Royal Mounted Canadian Police of British Columbia later clarified the press conference, which concerned the killing of an American woman and her Australian boyfriend, was accidentally streamed using an automatic Facebook Live setting. Sgt. Janelle Shoihet re-recorded the press conference without the filter, apologizing for the filter error. "[W]e are aware and addressing it as it's an automatic setting.

The unidentified man was taking a picture with the gun when another man tried to wrest it from him, KOCO-TV reported. That’s when the gun Earlier in December, a 19-year-old allegedly accidentally shot and killed his 15-year-old friend while attempting to clean the chamber of his gun in New Castle

This is the moment a man accidentally shot his friend dead while messing around with a gun . The fatal gaffe was caught on CCTV security cameras Playing around with a gun he retrieved him Yigit’s desk drawer, Baris pulled the trigger on his friend not realising it was loaded, wounding him fatally.

The suspect discharged the firearm was arrested for careless, reckless or negligent use of a firearm and lodged in the Montcalm County Jail. His name is being withheld pending arraignment.

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Teen accused of helping to kill friend's mother to be tried as adult.
A Massachusetts teen accused of helping his friend kill his mother in April of last year will be tried as an adult. William Smith, who was 15 at the time of the killing, and Lukas Mironvovas are charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the death of Kimberly Mironovas, of Litchfield. According to the judge's ruling, Smith came up with the plan to kill Kimberly Mironovas when she refused to drive them back to Massachusetts after she confronted them about missing marijuana. Prosecutors said the boys strangled Kimberly Mironovas and when she lost consciousness, Lukas Mironvovas stabbed her several times in the throat.

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