Deputy’s bullet hits man’s condo at Edgemont

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Deputy’s bullet hits man’s condo at Edgemont

Resident questions why he wasn’t notified earlier
“They should’ve come in and checked on us,” said Bud Andersen, who showed where the bullet penetrated an old ski suit hanging in his closet. Andersen and his 6-year-old daughter, Shelby, were sleeping in their home at 2 a.m. They were unaware a stray bullet had entered their condominium. No one in Andersen’s home was injured by the bullet.
Bud Andersen said the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office took two hours to check on him and his 6-year-old daughter after a deputy fired a shot that entered his home in Edgemont Ranch at 2 a.m. July 11. Andersen said he didn’t find out the bullet entered his home until a deputy returned to investigate at 6:30 a.m. Damage on the lower left of the refrigerator was caused by the bullet.
Schirard

Deputy’s bullet hits man’s condo at Edgemont

“They should’ve come in and checked on us,” said Bud Andersen, who showed where the bullet penetrated an old ski suit hanging in his closet. Andersen and his 6-year-old daughter, Shelby, were sleeping in their home at 2 a.m. They were unaware a stray bullet had entered their condominium. No one in Andersen’s home was injured by the bullet.
Bud Andersen said the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office took two hours to check on him and his 6-year-old daughter after a deputy fired a shot that entered his home in Edgemont Ranch at 2 a.m. July 11. Andersen said he didn’t find out the bullet entered his home until a deputy returned to investigate at 6:30 a.m. Damage on the lower left of the refrigerator was caused by the bullet.
Schirard
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