Shiny Badges Bring Special Privileges

Off-duty Iredell sheriff’s deputy Craig Scannella was at a bowling alley in North Carolina when his handgun accidentally went off, and struck a 10-year-old.

Scannella was off duty at George Pappas Victory Lanes. He had a handgun in his right-front pocket with no holster, according to the Moorseville Tribune.

When he went to place his hand in his pocket, the firearm dischaged.

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5 Responses to Shiny Badges Bring Special Privileges

  1. Bill says:

    That is not an “accidental” discharge. That is NEGLIGENCE with a capital S…for Stupid!

  2. Al says:

    It the kids fault, shouldn’t have been there!

  3. greggbc says:

    Obviously not intelligent enough to be an LEO nor carry.

  4. FriscoKid says:

    “Iredell County District Attorney Sarah Kirkman reviewed the case and determined no criminal charges would be pursued.“


Play nice.