BB Gun Suspects Never Found

Sadly – and nearly tragically – two CK teens were shot with a BB gun from a car near Brownsville Monday night. The assailants, who haven’t been caught, nearly took the two boys’ eyes out, and shot them from the distance of about eight feet.

Scary as that is, it got me thinking about the last story I did on BB guns – and remembered in that case, too, no suspects were caught. The story, dated Nov. 22, 2005, was called “Deputies Searching for Vandal,” and concerned a culprit or culprits who were going about town shooting out windows with a BB gun.


Sadly – and nearly tragically – two CK teens were shot with a BB gun from a car near Brownsville Monday night. The assailants, who haven’t been caught, nearly took the two boys’ eyes out, and shot them from the distance of about eight feet.

Scary as that is, it got me thinking about the last story I did on BB guns – and remembered in that case, too, no suspects were caught. The story, dated Nov. 22, 2005, was called “Deputies Searching for Vandal,” and concerned a culprit or culprits who were going about town shooting out windows with a BB gun.

Here at the Kitsap Sun, we wonder why no suspects have been found. Are the culprits that clever? Is it the fact the crimes are committed with a BB gun, and therefore not that high on the priorities list for detectives, who already have a huge caseload?

In any case, there seems to be continued BB gun crime in Kitsap. Should the suspects be one and the same, it may continue until they’re caught.

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