AEJ believes in securing permission for everywhere we go. It may be a pain, and it truly limits where we go. Sometimes it costs us money. Sometimes it just delays us time. But none of us are willing to jeopardize or livelihood.
As is the care of a teenager in Worthington, Ohio. Three high school girls had heard a rumor that the local cemetery was haunted, and that near the property there was a house where witches lived and performed their magic. It was a rumor and dare running around this school, that sent the amateur ghost hunters to the house that night.
However, Allen Davis viewed it as something altogether different. In his perspective, people had been wandering around his house late at night, destroying things, and he felt genuinely concerned. He loaded up his rifle and kept it next to his bed in case of a home invasion.
Unfortunately for the girls, after they got out of their car, one of them hit the horn by accident. This alerted Davis, who fired a warning shot from his first-story bedroom window.
A warning shot that went straight into one of the girl’s head.
Another warning shot that went straight into the girl’s shoulder.
While Davis is charged with 5 counts of assault, the high school girls escaped with their wounds and no arrests.