Thursday, May 24, 2007

Examiner editor in Baltimore arrested

The editor of the San Francisco Examiner's sister paper in Baltimore has been arrested and charged with pointing a shotgun at a neighbor's family after they complained his cigarette smoke wafted into their home. Frank J. Keegan, whose police mug shot is posted here, remained in custody this morning after the incident last night, according to The Sun of Balitmore. Police seized a Remington 870 Wingmaster 12-gauge pump action shotgun and a German military P-38 9 mm pistol from the editor's home. After billionaire oilman Phil Anschutz bought the San Francisco Examiner in 2004, he launched similar Examiner papers in Washington and Baltimore. Examiner executives so far have had no comment on the arrest.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hunter Thompson is back!

Dan said...

Where there is smoke...

Dan said...

Where there is smoke...

Dan said...

Where there is smoke

Anonymous said...

The Examiner hires a top editor who smokes and is a gun nut! Nobody could make up stuff like this!

Anonymous said...

I thought maybe the person was trying to get him to stop unwanted delivery of the blasted paper!