Woman arrested for pulling out pellet gun on squirrel in Longmont 10/16/2017 1:57 pm PDT Comments KDVR By Chuck Hickey, KDVR LONGMONT, Colo. -- (KDVR) -- A woman was arrested Friday after she pulled out a pellet gun and tried to shoot because she was getting agitated at a squirrel, the Longmont Police Department said. Officers responded to the 800 block of Coffman Street near Roosevelt Park just after 4 p.m. Police said Kylie Morrison, 31, got more agitated when another person began feeding the squirrel when she pulled a gun out of a bag she was carrying, police said. Morrison pointed the gun at the squirrel and began pulling the trigger, but it only made a clicking sound and did not fire. Officers arrived and took Morrison into custody without incident. Officers then determined it was a pellet gun and not a true firearm. No pellets or projectiles were fired. “Basically, she was just shooting air at the squirrel,” police said. FULL STORY: Woman arrested for pulling out pellet gun on squirrel in Longmont - KDVR #Colorado #KDVR Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.