A boy in the United States still has a bullet wound. Why He felt that his property had been violated. In Louisiana, a man shot and wounded a 14-year-old girl in the head while she was playing hide-and-seek in the dark on her property. The shooting took place in Starks, a small rural town of 700 people, on the property of 58-year-old David Doyle, who told officers he took his gun after seeing “shadows around his house.”
At this point, the man left the home and saw people running on his property and began “accidentally” shooting and hitting the girl, according to a reconstruction provided to the police. The girl was admitted to the hospital and this is not considered a threat to her life.
The man was arrested and charged with aggravated armed assault, and remains in jail on $300,000 bail. In the past month, there have been at least 4 similar incidents involving young and very young children.
On April 13, Ralph Jarl was shot in the head by a man who accidentally shot the 16-year-old. Two days later, 20-year-old Kailyn Gillis was killed when a man shot her car as it entered the wrong lane. Two other 18-year-old girls in Texas were injured after trying to get into the wrong car. And on the same day, in North Carolina, an angry man was injured by a falling soccer ball in his lawn, injuring a 6-year-old girl and her father.
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