October 6th, in St Petersburg, Florida on Saturday night, Donnie McLendon, 26, Daniel McKee, 22, and Thomas Rady, 29,were chilling at a house at 1110 32nd Ave.
At some point, the game of Russian Roulette seemed like a great idea.
Perhaps coaxed into the game of bravery by the marijuana and drug paraphernalia later found by the St Petersburg Police.
McKee provided the gun and a single bullet for the game. After Rady’s turn, McLendon placed the gun to his own head.
After McLendon was declared the winner, panic ensued between all the participates, even the chick that happened to be napping in one of the other rooms.
A call was placed to 911, reporting that someone was shot.
Officers arrived at the house after the call was received, but no one was home. Officers did see a trail of blood leading from inside the home to the outside.
Moments later, police were told a man was taken to St. Anthony’s Hospital with one bullet wound to the head.
McLendon was later transferred to Tampa General Hospital, where he was listed in critical condition.
Upon the police’s arrival, they were then able to question McKee and Thomas.
At first, the men initially told police a gunman entered the home to rob them and fired the gun, striking McLendon.
Rady first told detectives he bumped into the suspect, who then dropped the gun and left.
The gun was recovered by police, along with a casing found under the front seat of McKee’s car.
Though no charges have yet been filed, an investigation is ongoing.
Humans are some strange creatures.