Idaho Sheriff Charged with Pulling a Gun on Seven Girls and Their Chaperone Is Asked to Resign By Prosecutor, Mayor, and Nearby Native American Tribe

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An Idaho sheriff is being charged for pulling out a gun on seven young girls between the ages of 12 to 16 in November. He is charged with assaulting their church group leader and publicly threatening to shoot her in the head in front of the girls in an encounter on a residential street in Blackfoot, Idaho.

KTVB reports that on Dec. 14 the state’s Attorney General’s Office charged Sheriff Craig Rowland with aggravated battery, aggravated assault, and exhibition or use of a deadly weapon.

In the state of Idaho, aggravated battery and aggravated assault are felonies, and the exhibition or use of a deadly weapon is a misdemeanor.


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  1. They should just shoot him and bury him on the side of the road. Pigs aren’t people, and frying bacon isn’t a crime.

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