The good news is that the bulletproof vests have worked. But two Arkansas men could still be threatened with legal protection after a night of drinking made them test the vests by firing each other Charles Eugene Ferris, 50, and Christopher Hicks, at 36, were arrested Sunday after Hicks showed up in a Rogers hospital who complained of chest pain.
He did not want to reveal the true history of the backyard shootings, the police said Ferris had invented a lively story to explain the situation, KFSM reported. paid $ 200 to protect an asset that he followed in the woods in the Hobbes State Park. According to Ferris, while in the woods about 1
Ferris claims that the "asset" has thrown him in his car and the 50-year-old then displaced his weapons.
But the clerks say Ferris went to look like 007 to look like zero when his wife showed up at the hospital and spilled beans: Ferris and Hicks fired as they drank on the back porch of
Then shows that Ferris has given up his excessive history and told the authorities that he lied to protect Hicks from trouble. Click here to get the new look Then Ferris confessed that he was wearing the armor and asked Hicks to shoot him with a .22 caliber semi-automatic rifle. The cardigan stopped the bullet – but it also hurt and left a mark on Ferris's chest.
Ferris argued that he was angry and "unloaded the clip in the back of Christopher."
Both men are charged with a serious assault and are facing imprisonment for up to six years.