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Utah man charged for gun discharge at Bismarck airport
First Published Nov 15 2013 09:29 am • Last Updated Nov 15 2013 09:29 am

Bismarck, North Dakota • A Utah man faces a misdemeanor charge related to his shotgun going off at Bismarck’s airport.

The Bismarck Tribune reports that 65-year-old resident of Ferron, Utah is charged with discharging a firearm in city limits.

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Police say the Utahn was trying to disarm the gun on Oct. 31 in order to check it when it went off, hitting the lower corner of the wall. The incident caused more than $1,000 in damage.

Bismarck police said at the time of the incident that the airport did not want the man to be charged because the incident was an accident and he agreed to pay for the damage.

But Assistant City Attorney Paul Fraase says charging decisions are not up to victims or police at the scene.




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