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Think before Shooting

 

April 30, 2020

Charles M. Grace Jr.

Many times, impulsive thinking can lead to serious implications. Many times human nature and self -preservation plays a great part in decisions. According to police reports on Saturday April 25, an altercation between a stepfather and a stepson leads to the stepfather's arrest. An argument with the stepson's mother got out of hand when the stepson approached the suspect in an aggressive manner with a long metal pick in hand, raising it telling the suspect he would stab him in the throat. The suspect then pulled a pistol from his pants pocket due to the danger of the moment shooting the stepson in the leg. The 38 special firearm had an obliterated serial number which was still visible. The suspect told police he had purchased the gun when he was in Seattle. The suspect Charles M. Grace Jr. was arrested and charged with aggravated battery and possession of or dealing in firearms with an obliterated number or mark. There are three sides to every story. This was one side of this story. The Monroe Dispatch welcomes another or the other side of this story.

 

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