More guns to be tested in camper shooting case


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. | The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says two more guns have been turned in this week in connection to the death investigation into a camper who was killed near the Pike National Forest by what appears to be an errant bullet.

The Gazette of Colorado Springs reports ( ) that investigators have received five guns from people who were target shooting near 60-year-old Glenn Martin’s campsite when he was shot July 3.

Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt. Ron Hanavan says one gun has been cleared and results from two more are expected this week. It takes up to a week to get results.

Hanavan has said numerous people were shooting in the area that day and some may be worried that they may have fired the fatal shot, which is why people are offering their weapons.

Information from: The Gazette,

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Joe Hardhat
Joe Hardhat
7 years ago

Anyone who is worried that they fired the fatal shot would not be offering the gun in use on that day … they will offer another gun not in use that day for testing.

7 years ago

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