Whilst stories of drive-bys or cocoa-colored foster kids selling crack for so-called welfare mothers saturate the airwaves, stories like this go underreported. Don't believe me? I said it--underreported. What's wrong with these people who behave like this? It's not a civil rights issue--it's a character issue! I swear white people are too much into Fox News and Tobi Keith and new paneling for the double-wide and a chrome gunrack to match the chrome exhaust on the Blazer. It must be a moral breakdown? hehehehe
Authorities say a Springfield woman was booked on attempted murder counts for allegedly shooting two men whose dog damaged Christmas decorations at her home. Ethel Shannon McKinney, 28, was booked on two counts of attempted second-degree murder and illegal use of a weapon, Jason Ard, a spokesman for the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Department, said.
McKinney and her boyfriend got into an argument with the men over the damaged decorations, and McKinney allegedly fired at the men, Ard said.
One man was hit in the upper torso and arm; the other, in an arm. Ard said none of the injuries were life threatening.
The incident happened around 9:30 p.m. Sunday.
McKinney's boyfriend, Audie Ray Criswell, was booked on two counts of aggravated assault and with disturbing the peace, Ard said.