“It looks like it was just a mix-up,” police Capt. Charles Barstow told Channel 2. “The owner thought the gun was unloaded, then dry fired, or pulled the trigger to clear it, and at that point the round was discharged ... I think he was very shocked that the incident took place. I think he truly believed the gun was unloaded.”
Police cited Kullar with one count of reckless conduct, but he wasn’t arrested, records show. His daughter is expected to be OK.
In other news:
Antione Riggins is accused of stealing $100,000 worth of drugs he was supposed to bring to the Gwinnett County Jail.