At least we count can one good thing caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. If the Walt Hanline Middle School in Ceres, California had been opened to students, this might have been a more brutal story.
Three men were arrested after bullets had struck and penetrated the school. Police were said to have found ten rounds inside of the school building. The trio were allegedly having target practice in a nearby field but the bullets obviously missed their target and hit the school instead.
Police arrested 25-year-old Juan Garibay-Acevedo, 27-year-old Max Perez-Mendez, and 29-year-old Samuel Perez-Mendez and charged them with shooting at an inhabited dwelling, negligent discharge of a firearm, child endangerment, and possession of an illegal assault weapon. Police were said to have confiscated six firearms including a gold plated AK-47. I mean how much are you compensating for when you not only have an AK-47 but a gold-plated AK-47 on top of it?
Just more examples of ‘responsible’ gun owners. However, I get the feeling that ‘pure’ responsible gun owners have a built-in excuse to distance themselves from the suspects who were arrested.