Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Gun or Firecracker
He told police it was a firecracker, but police donít seem to be buying the story, especially since they found a bullet casing at the scene. 41-year-old Archie Osborne, junior of church hill was in possession of a 22-calibur handgun shortly after an altercation took place on Old Union Road. A witness called police to say two men were in the roadway arguing and that the witnessed one pull out a gun. The victim, Anthony Housewright was uncooperative with police when questioned and would not tell them what, if anything, Osborne was shooting toward. Osborne claimed to police it was not a bullet at all, but that he lit a firecracker to scare the victim. (CC)

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