Father shoots himself with shot gun in foot and shoots off big toe

Gardener, 29, blasted off his big toe in shotgun accident when he slipped on wet grass Jamie Cameron was on a hunting trip when he trippedEmergency call was put through to the local police station where his father works as an officer By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 10:32 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:02 GMT, 18 April 2013 A young father is learning to walk again after accidentally shooting himself through the foot with a shotgun. Landscape gardener Jamie Cameron, 29, was carrying the large weapon on a hunting trip in Muddiford in Devon when he slipped on wet grass. His father Eddie works as a police officer at the local station and anxiously awaited more details after the emergency call was patched through to his station.

Calmly stocking up on beer, "monster" son just hours after executing his loving parents

Calmly stocking up on beer, 'monster' son just hours after executing his loving parents Stephen Seddon blasted parents Patrica and Robert to death with shotgun Had attempted to kill them four months earlier to claim life insuranceDrove couple from Sale into canal with them strapped into back seatsJudge: 'Parents would've realised what a monster their son had become' By James Tozer PUBLISHED: 10:39 GMT, 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:51 GMT, 29 March 2013 A fraudster who shot his parents after a botched attempt to drown them in a staged car crash will be ‘pursued to death by the Furies’, a judge said yesterday. CCTV images were released showing Stephen Seddon coolly buying beer hours after the killings, having returned to his home 150 miles away as part of an attempt to fabricate an alibi.

Son found guilty of sawn-off shotgun "execution" of his parents for 230,000 inheritance after they survived car crash he staged to kill them

Son found guilty of sawn-off shotgun 'execution' of his parents for 230,000 inheritance after they survived car crash he staged to kill themStephen Seddon shot Robert, 68, and Patricia, 65, with a sawn-off shotgun Four months earlier he tried to kill the couple by staging a fake road crash He drove into a canal with them strapped in the back seats of a carFound guilty of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of murder By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 15:19 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:59 GMT, 27 March 2013 A man with an 'insatiable thirst' for money is facing life in jail today after being found guilty of the cold-blooded 'execution' of his parents for a 230,000 inheritance. Convicted fraudster Stephen Seddon, 46, shot his parents Robert Seddon, 68, and Patricia, 65, with a sawn-off shotgun at their suburban home in Sale, Greater Manchester.

Michael Atherton: Survivor of triple shotgun killing, Laura McGoldrick, breaks down as firearms expert shows inquest how easily weapon could be…

Survivor of triple shotgun killing breaks down as firearms expert shows inquest how easily weapon could be reloadedMichael Atherton texted partner offering to stay away to avoid confrontationLaura McGoldrick fled to safety by climbing through bathroom windowShe was comforted by family as gun used was shown during hearing . Firearms expert PC Mark Outhwaite opened a cardboard evidence box and produced the camouflaged shotgun – one of six weapons legally owned by Atherton – which was used to such devastating effect. As he showed the coroner Andrew Tweddle how it could be reloaded within moments, and with loud clicks ringing out in the hearing, Laura McGoldrick, who fled to safety by climbing through the bathroom window that night, wept and was comforted by her family.

Farmer fined 5,000 for shooting at off-duty policeman who strayed onto his land while out jogging

Farmer fined 5,000 for shooting at off-duty policeman who strayed onto his land while out jogging | UPDATED: 17:28 GMT, 17 December 2012 A 76-year-old old farmer has been ordered to pay more than 5,000 after shooting at an off-duty police officer who had strayed onto his land while jogging. PC David Sharpe, 38, described how Fred Kirk faced him at gunpoint after the pensioner fired his .22 rifle in his direction, accusing him of trespassing on a private road near his farm in /12/17/article-2249444-168E31C3000005DC-592_634x316.jpg” width=”634″ height=”316″ alt=”PC Sharpe thought the lane was open to the public after looking on Google Maps during his 14-mile run” class=”blkBorder” /> PC Sharpe thought the lane was open to the public after looking on Google Maps during his 14-mile run Following the incident on June 26 this year, Lincolnshire Police revoked Mr Kirk's firearm and shotgun licences, which he had held for over 40 years. Mr Kirk appealed the decision

Father, 32, fatally shot in his bed as partner and son, 3, slept alongside in mistaken identity case

'Father, 32, fatally shot in his bed as partner and son, 3, slept alongside in case of mistaken identity' Sleeping woman and child in bed next to him didn't hear a sound as shotgun was held so close to his skull when it was fired The intended target was actually the alleged shooter's brother, as the two family members shared years of animosity and violence | UPDATED: 16:47 GMT, 26 November 2012 32-year-old father-of-three Lee Gray was shot dead by a bullet from a single barreled shotgun to the skull while asleep in bed A man was shot dead in bed at home in a case of mistaken identity while the victim’s partner and three-year-old son were asleep next to him, a court has heard. Father-of-three Lee Gray, 32, was allegedly killed with a single shot to the back of the head by 29-year-old Martin Fieldhouse who intended to kill his brother Michael. The two brothers had a 'significant history of animosity' according to Richard Mansell QC, prosecuting, and a few hours earlier Martin Fieldhouse had been assaulted and humiliated in a fight with his brother.