Why You Shouldn't Pull a Gun on a Cop

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Tammy Robinette made several huge errors in judgment while driving in Greene County on the night of October 4. Drinking and driving was a big one. That caused a sheriff's deputy to pull her over.

But then the 46-year-old plucked a pink-handled pistol from her bag, aimed at the deputy and pulled the trigger twice. The gun only clicked. It didn't fire. The deputy's gun, however, was in working order.


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