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Sam's Club Shopper Drops Fanny Pack, Gun Inside Goes Off
A married couple shopping for some exceptional wholesale values were arrested after the gun in their fanny pack accidentally went off inside a Sam's Club. Whoops!Helen Duncan, 50, accidentally dropped her fanny pack while she was shopping with her husband Robert Duncan, 48, at a Sam's Club in Glendora yesterday afternoon, according to City News Service. The gun went off, and it hit Robert square in the forearm.
The Duncans headed to a nearby hospital where Robert was treated and released, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. Two hours later the couple were arrested for negligently discharging a firearm and illegally possessing a concealed firearm without a permit.
Glendora police Sgt. Mike Randazzo told the Los Angeles Times that this was an "isolated incident." He added, "We don’t have any problem with people carrying guns as long as it’s legally and safely."
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