Fanny pack. Grocery store. Gun. Trifecta!
“What had happened, the man shopping in Giant Eagle bent over to pick something up, he was wearing a fanny pack and had a .380 inside his fanny pack, when he bent over that fell on the floor and discharged, striking two other people inside the store with debris,” Chief Robert Amann, of Northern Regional Police, said.
Police seized the gun.
Two people, a man and a woman – suffered minor injuries.
“They’re fine. They were checked out by EMS,” said Chief Amann. “It’s superficial wounds and they were not transported to any hospitals.”
The woman suffered a leg injury and the man had a knee injury. According to the criminal complaint, they were both hit by pieces of ceramic tile from the floor of the store.
The criminal complaint says Good was cooperative and “very upset and apologetic to the victims.”
“Apologetic” seems to be the common thread running through these stories. Of course they’re apologetic. They just never thought this would happen to them. They’re so responsible, you see.