Blind gunman pleads guilty
by Alan Reed --
Apr 26, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Trigg County man accused of wanton endangerment in the first degree and carrying a concealed weapon pled guilty to his charges on Tuesday April 18, at District Court.

Glenn Calhoun answered to charges that he was discharging a “high powered rifle” in a populated area. At the time of his arrest on April 8, he was carrying a Tec-9 semi-automatic pistol. Calhoun is allegedly fully blind.

Calhoun pled guilty to a charge of wanton endangerment in the second degree and carrying a concealed weapon, at the session after his evaluation. The judge sentenced him to time served, and gave him an additional two years of probation.

Conditions of his probation included an agreement to commit no additional offences during the two-year period and not to own or carry any firearms or weapons. He was also required to pay $295.50 in court costs and processing fees.
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