Saturday, April 01, 2006

Fort Pierce man hit with BB pellet from airsoft gun but doesn't press charges

A local man sustained a facial injury Friday night when he was hit in the eye with a BB air gun pellet, according to reports.
Josh Campbell, 24, of the 2200 block of Elizabeth Avenue, was in his driveway working on his truck when a 24-year-old man approached and shot an airsoft rubber BB into the truck. The BB ricocheted off the carpet of the vehicle and into Campbell's right eye.
Campbell's injuries were minor, officials said. He believed the incident was accidental, he reportedly told deputies.
The other man, who was not identified, sustained minor injury near his left eye when he was shot with Campbell's airsoft gun earlier Friday, reports said. Neither man faced charges.
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