A Fight Over Dirty Dishes Involves A Rifle Shot
Two brothers from Montgomery County have been charged with reckless endangerment and menacing because they were having a fight about not completing the chore of washing some dishes.
That ended up as a battle including a shotgun.
From a story in the Times Union, Harold Lampkin, Jr. had the shotgun pointed at him by his younger brother Adam Lampkin. It seems that Harold didn’t finish washing the dishes by the time requested by Adam.
The two brothers were sent to the Montgomery County Jail, after they were arraigned in the Florida Town Court. Their charges are considered misdemeanors. I find it hard to believe what people will argue over, especially to get into this much trouble.