Tuesday, January 27, 2015

‘My house got blown up by an AK-47′: No charges for Florida deputy who shot up woman’s home

A Florida woman said this week that a Florida deputy had received favorable treatment after he shot up her home with an AK-47 because he was a member of law enforcement.
Dawn Bryan told The Tampa Tribune that a neighbor and one of his friends had shot her house several times on Saturday while firing an AK-47 on a nearby property. Bryan found that several rounds had hit her home. One bullet was fired into her 2-year-old daughter’s nursery, shattering the window above the crib.
Bryan contacted law enforcement, who came out to investigate. One of the shooters was identified as neighbor Scott Radford, who is a Hillsborough County firefighter. Hillsborough County sheriff’s detention deputy Paul Adee, whose father is sheriff’s Maj. Paul Adee, was confirmed to be the second shooter.
But she said that the deputies who investigated the case did not collect any evidence — including an AK-47 round that was still on her porch — and no one was charged.
READ MORE: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2015/01/my-house-got-blown-up-by-an-ak-47-no-charges-for-florida-deputy-who-shot-up-womans-home/

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