Sunday, December 10, 2006

Still MoreProof That Drugs Can Kill

Woman shoots self after mistaking pistol for cigarette lighter

The Associated Press
Dec 8, 2006 5:02 PM (1 day ago)
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LAVONIA, Ga. - A woman staying at a northeast Georgia motel this week shot herself while trying to light a cigarette with a pistol she mistook for a cigarette lighter, police said. Police said Olivia Hutcherson, 21, of Anderson, S.C., had been arrested for fighting at a Waffle House shortly before she shot herself in the hand with a .22-caliber pistol she had tried to use to light a cigarette. Lavonia Police Chief Randy Shirley said Hutcherson was staying with two other people at a Best Western motel at about 6 a.m. on Sunday. When she reached onto a nightstand for what she thought was a lighter, she instead grabbed a pistol owned by Bobby Brown, 56, of Royston, Shirley said. About 90 minutes earlier, Hutcherson had slapped a man in the face three times after she said he touched her inappropriately, according to police reports. Five witnesses told police they never saw the man touch her. "She stated that someone had grabbed her from behind and she turned and struck the first person she saw," an officer wrote in the report.
Here we go go again kiddies. Drugs are just bad for you.
Lets examine this story more in depth because at first read there are key points that should just leap off the screen at you.
arrested for fighting at a Waffle House -this should be the first clue that it's going to be a long night.
to light a cigarette - I'm not 100% convinced that she was trying to light a cigarette. Maybe she was lighting some that rhymes with crack pipe, maybe.
Best Western - When have you ever read a feel good news story that mentions Best Western.
pistol owned by Bobby Brown - Hasn't this girl ever seen "Being Bobby Brown"? After what Whitney did to Bobby's career you just know this guy on the edge and probably packing some heat.
slapped a man in the face three times - Now here is a girl that simply put knows how to communicate.

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