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Colorado Meth Head Arrested For Shooting Squirrels With A Pellet Gun



Today in crackhead chronicles, we have a Colorado meth addict terrorizing the local squirrels with a pellet gun — an activity so cracky, even Tyrone Biggums himself thinks its pathetic.

Kylie Morrison, a 31-year-old woman who tried to shoot a pellet gun at a squirrel in Colorado, was arrested on Friday, October 13th, after she tried to murder a squirrel in broad daylight.

Morrison, 31, of Longmont, Colorado, was allegedly upset that an unidentified person was feeding the squirrel, so she decided to pull the pellet gun out of her purse and begin firing. According to police reports, Morrison tried to shoot the squirrel but when she pulled the trigger, the gun jammed. She was taken into custody by law enforcement who determined that Morrison didn’t have a real weapon.

“Basically, she was just shooting air at the squirrel,” police said.”

She was arrested for disorderly conduct and will now have to appear in court.

via KDVR:

Officers responded to the 800 block of Coffman Street near Roosevelt Park just after 4 PM. Police said Kylie Morrison, 31, got more agitated when another person began feeding the squirrel when she pulled a gun out of a bag she was carrying, police said.

Morrison pointed the gun at the squirrel and began pulling the trigger, but it only made a clicking sound and did not fire. Officers arrived and took Morrison into custody without incident. Officers then determined it was a pellet gun and not a true firearm.

No pellets or projectiles were fired.

Shockingly, this is not Morrison’s first run-in with the law, as Daily Mail reports that she was suspected of being high on meth while fleeing police back in 2013.

Morrison, who was 26-years-old at the time, was arrested on suspicion of felony vehicular eluding, misdemeanor obstruction of a police officer, driving under the influence, and multiple traffic violations.  Old habits die hard, and even hard for crack heads, I guess.

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