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Surprisingly, the conservation officer said it was not the first dog-perpetrated shooting he had seen. 'It's only happened twice that I've seen in my 31 years as a conservation officer where a dog actually was responsible for the accidental discharge of a gun.
There were three hunters in the party, but the conservation officer said that Rancourt was the only one struck by the friendly fire.Judge James Heckerman also issued sentences totaling 175 years for other counts ranging from attempted murder and kidnapping to robbery and weapons counts as part of the jail escape.'The reason for the sentence is pretty simple - to guarantee that the defendant will spend the rest of his life in prison,' Heckerman said. that he's an extreme threat to society.' Three of Burbridge's children spoke at the hearing last week, each of them labeling Correa-Carmenaty 'a monster,' and fighting tears as they described their father as a loving parent.Kelsey Brant (pictured), Burbridge's stepdaughter, openly cried in court Correa-Carmenaty (pictured on May 10) had just been sentenced on May 1 in the unrelated murder case and was being taken from the courthouse to the Pottawattamie County Jail when the fatal assault occurred, officials said Correa-Carmenaty had just been sentenced on May 1 in the unrelated murder case and was being taken from the courthouse to the Pottawattamie County Jail when the fatal assault occurred, officials said.Rancourt, who lives in New Hampshire, was struck in the back by the birdshot at a distance of 22 yards, and was hospitalized but is expected to survive.'Long story short — it was really a freak accident,' Iowa Department of Natural Resources conservation officer Ken Lonneman told Radio Iowa.'One of the dogs in the hunting party just stepped just right, or just wrong, onto the trigger guard of that shotgun, and the gun fired.'The incident occurred around 1.20pm at the Boone River Greenbelt public hunting area in Wright County.'He's fortunate that the distance was as far as it was, because shotguns are extremely dangerous at close ranges,' Lonneman said.
Authorities said Correa-Carmenaty was in handcuffs and leg shackles during the transport, but managed to unlock them by the time the van reached the jail.