Ohio Man Charged After Shooting Up Shed Because of a Flat Tire
A young Ohio man now has a misdemeanor gun charge and a shed with a dozen holes in it.
We've all been there, right? You're about to run to the store early on a Sunday Morning when you find your car has a flat tire. Obviously, the next step is to open fire on your shed. On second thought, I probably would just change the tire. But maybe that's just me.
That would be where me and 23-year-old Isaiah Patterson of Youngstown, Ohio differ. Isaiah was about to make a run for cigarettes when he discovered his flat tire last Sunday morning when he unloaded is firearm on his shed. Hopefully he changed his tire. Otherwise he'll need a ride to court soon according to WKBN,
Isaiah Patterson, 23, of Tod Lane, was charged with discharging firearms within city limits, a first-degree misdemeanor. He is expected to be arraigned Wednesday in municipal court.
Imagine being this guy's neighbor and waking up to a dozen gun shots at 7:40 on a Sunday Morning. According to the police report, when Isaiah and his girlfriend were out of cigarettes. When they realized they had a flat tire. The girlfriend began walking to the store to get them when she heard gunshots. The police found at least a dozen shell casings in the driveway. To the great relief of the shed and other surrounding buildings, the police took the man's gun. There's no word on if they ever got their much needed smokes.