Hunting is supposed to be done in the woods.
Longmont police arrested 31-year-old Kylie Morrison for disorderly conduct after many witnessed her pulling the trigger multiple times. The gun, however, didn't fire any pellets.
Morrison reportedly appeared high on a substance, talking to herself inside the restaurant. She eventually walked outside and started throwing stuff at a nearby squirrel that approached her.
A nearby witness, in fact, tried to help move the squirrel away. That's when Morrison reached in a bag and pulled out the pellet gun, which didn't have any pellets and didn't fire.
Morrison maintains a long criminal record prior to the incident.
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