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Old September 12th 04, 05:04 AM
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Pensacola - 9/10/2004
local6.com

A man who was trying to shoot seven puppies was shot himself when one
of the dogs made the .38-caliber revolver discharge, deputies said.

Jerry Allen Bradford, 37, of Pensacola, was charged with felony animal
cruelty, the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday.

Bradford was being treated at an undisclosed hospital for the gunshot
wound to his wrist, said sheriff's Sgt. Ted Roy.

Bradford said he decided to shoot the 3-month-old puppies in the head
because he couldn't find another home for the shepherd-mix dogs,
according to the sheriff's office.

On Monday, he was holding two puppies, one in his arms and another in
his left hand, when the dog in his hand wiggled and put its paw on the
trigger, making the gun discharge, the sheriff's report said.

The revolver and a rifle were seized from the home, deputies said.

Deputies found three of the puppies in a shallow grave outside
Bradford's home, Roy said. The other four appeared to be in good
health and were taken by Escambia County Animal Control, which planned
to make them available for adoption.

"That should never have to happen," said Bruce Rova, director of the
Escambia County Animal Shelter. "There are so many options people
have. We'll try to find them a new home."



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Old September 12th 04, 03:10 PM
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"123456789" wrote in message news:[email protected]
Puppy Shoots Scumbag

Pensacola - 9/10/2004
local6.com

A man who was trying to shoot seven puppies was shot himself when one
of the dogs made the .38-caliber revolver discharge, deputies said.

Jerry Allen Bradford, 37, of Pensacola, was charged with felony animal
cruelty, the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday.

Bradford was being treated at an undisclosed hospital for the gunshot
wound to his wrist, said sheriff's Sgt. Ted Roy.

Bradford said he decided to shoot the 3-month-old puppies in the head
because he couldn't find another home for the shepherd-mix dogs,
according to the sheriff's office.

On Monday, he was holding two puppies, one in his arms and another in
his left hand, when the dog in his hand wiggled and put its paw on the
trigger, making the gun discharge, the sheriff's report said.

The revolver and a rifle were seized from the home, deputies said.

Deputies found three of the puppies in a shallow grave outside
Bradford's home, Roy said. The other four appeared to be in good
health and were taken by Escambia County Animal Control, which planned
to make them available for adoption.

"That should never have to happen," said Bruce Rova, director of the
Escambia County Animal Shelter. "There are so many options people
have. We'll try to find them a new home."


Too bad the asshole wasn't shot between the eyes.
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Old September 12th 04, 05:03 PM
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Florida puppy takes the law into his own paws
Police hails pistol packing puppy for nailing puppy-killer.
Puppy killer poutes in prison!


"123456789" wrote in message news:[email protected]
Puppy Shoots Scumbag

Pensacola - 9/10/2004
local6.com

A man who was trying to shoot seven puppies was shot himself when one
of the dogs made the .38-caliber revolver discharge, deputies said.

Jerry Allen Bradford, 37, of Pensacola, was charged with felony animal
cruelty, the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday.

Bradford was being treated at an undisclosed hospital for the gunshot
wound to his wrist, said sheriff's Sgt. Ted Roy.

Bradford said he decided to shoot the 3-month-old puppies in the head
because he couldn't find another home for the shepherd-mix dogs,
according to the sheriff's office.

On Monday, he was holding two puppies, one in his arms and another in
his left hand, when the dog in his hand wiggled and put its paw on the
trigger, making the gun discharge, the sheriff's report said.

The revolver and a rifle were seized from the home, deputies said.

Deputies found three of the puppies in a shallow grave outside
Bradford's home, Roy said. The other four appeared to be in good
health and were taken by Escambia County Animal Control, which planned
to make them available for adoption.

"That should never have to happen," said Bruce Rova, director of the
Escambia County Animal Shelter. "There are so many options people
have. We'll try to find them a new home."

 




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