What happens next, do you think? After getting out of jail, he gets a slap on the wrist, some misdemeanor charge, and he's back in business, back in the business of being a reckless endangerment to himself and others. Does that sound about right to you?
MONT VERNON, N.H. — A Mont Vernon, N.H., man is facing charges after giving his girlfriend a shooting lesson that some neighbors felt was too close to their home.
Twenty-three-year-old Troy Gagnon had fired one round from a .20-gauge shotgun and his girlfriend had fired another Saturday afternoon when a neighbor called police.
The neighbor was outside with his children.
The New Hampshire Union Leader says Gagnon initially denied firing his shotgun, but his friend said they had.
Gagnon was charged with a felony count of reckless conduct. He spent the weekend in jail before being released Monday.
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