Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Followup CA: Firing at Fleeing Criminals Results in loss of 2A Rights for 4 Years

What kind of punishment do you get when you open fire on a residential street at a fleeing theft suspect?

For David Shawn Blaziek, who last week entered a plea, it means giving up your firearms, doing 120 hours of community service, spending three years on informal probation and paying a $150 restitution fine.

Blaziek, 46, fired nine rounds down the 2500 block of Wimbledon Street on March 7, 2016 after someone that he saw breaking into his truck took off.

Although he didn’t hit anyone, Blaziek was charged with misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon. The Napa County District Attorney’s Office added misdemeanor discharging a firearm within city limits to charges against Blaziek on June 2, to which he pleaded no contest. The original assault charge was dismissed.

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