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Man Aiming for Dog Fatally Shoots Wife in Head Instead

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61-year-old Bran Bater of Twin Peaks has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter following the shooting death of his wife, according to the San Bernardino Sun. Bater was allegedly aiming to shoot the family dog, but wound up shooting his 61-year-old wife, Faith, in the head instead. Faith Bater died at the scene, and Bran Bater was taken into custody.