The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has cleared five guns in their investigation into the shooting death of a camper in Douglas County.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is testing more guns in hopes of finding the person responsible for the death of a camper.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has received at least one weapon for testing after a camper was killed earlier this month. It’s the latest tactic as investigators work to determine where the fatal bullet came from.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is offering to test the guns of people who were shooting near where a camper was killed as it tries to find out where the fatal bullet came from.
Douglas County investigators believe a stray bullet from a high-powered weapon killed 60-year-old Glenn A. Martin. They haven’t found the shooter and his devastated family is hoping for some closure.
The man who was hit by a bullet and killed while camping with his family on Friday in the Pike National Forest was a 60-year-old Monument man.
Federal authorities are cracking down on the use of exploding targets on U.S. Forest Service land in five states to prevent them from sparking wildfires.
National Forest rangers are trying to limit damage to trees splintered by thousands of bullets by people using them for target practice.