A Man Accidentally Shot His Mother-In-Law After Bullet Ricochets Off Armadillo
A Georgia woman was accidentally shot by her son-in-law on Sunday while he was attempting to shoot an armadillo. According to WALB, 54-year-old Larry McElroy was outside when he fired his 9 mm pistol at the armadillo. The bullet killed the animal and ricocheted off of its shell. The bullet then struck a nearby fence, went through the back door of his mother-in-law’s home, through the recliner she was sitting in and struck her in the back. McElroy was up to 100 yards away from the home at the time of the incident, according to WALB. Fortunately, 74-year-old Carol Johnson was not severely injured “She was walking around on her own power and talking,” said Investigator Bill Smith. “It didn’t appear to be too severe” No charges were filed. Get the full story here.
A Guy Moved Across the Country to Be With His Girlfriend of Two Years, She Cracked His Skull With a Baseball Bat
26-year-old Samuel Campbell of Adger, Alabama met a girl online about two years ago, 24-year-old Haley Fox of Turner, Oregon. They started a full-on relationship, even though they’d never met in person. But Samuel finally decided to step things up last week, and moved across the country to be with Haley. They met each other face-to-face for the first time last Wednesday, at her house. When he got there, she invited him to sit down at a table outside, gave him some wine, and told him to close his eyes. And when he did, she proceeded to bash him in the head with a baseball bat. She hit him in the back of the head three times with a metal bat. He wound up with a fractured skull and a gash so big it needed 18 staples. Haley told the cops she decided she didn’t want to be with Samuel after all, apparently she figured the best way to get that message across would be by attacking him? She’s been charged with assault. Get the full story here.
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