REPORT: Burien Man Accused Of Shooting ‘Wasn’t Even Aiming It At Nobody’


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The Seattle P-I is reporting that David Dietrick, 24, of Burien, accused of firing a pistol on a West Seattle-bound Metro bus, has been charged with reckless endangerment and unlawful gun possession.

“I didn’t mean for the gun to go off,” the P-I quotes him as saying. “Look at the hole in the floor of the bus. I wasn’t even aiming it at nobody.”

The P-I continues:

According to charging documents, David Dietrick was aboard the No. 125 bus trying to unload a cocked pistol in his backpack on May 19 when the gun fired. The 9 mm round ricocheted off the rear door, then hit another passenger in the leg.

It didn’t cause a signficant injury.

King County prosecutors contend Dietrick, 24, had been in a fight outside the McDonald’s restaurant at Third Avenue and Pine Street shortly before the shooting.

Read the full story here.

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4 Responses to “REPORT: Burien Man Accused Of Shooting ‘Wasn’t Even Aiming It At Nobody’”
  1. Jason says:

    If you ‘Wasn’t Even Aiming It At Nobody’ perhaps you were aiming at somebody. Idiot.

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  2. Jay says:

    You can’t fix stupid.

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  3. big Nate says:

    We can’t take this too lightly. A man who lives in our community carrying around a 9mm. hand gun in a back pack getting in a fight downtown seattle at 3rd & Pine ( Downtown Drug Center) boading a bus headed to our community. He wasn’t “aiming at nobody”.
    Bet this is not his first offense.

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  4. big Nate says:

    The police report said that a lady was arrested along with Mr. Dietrick, imagin two adults thinking this was the thing to do. He is being held on a failure to appear for sentenceing warrant for armed robbery. I hope they didn’t breed.

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