"and – apparently unaware the weapon was loaded – pulled the trigger." That's a direct quote from the article. http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/loca...-Weapon-Inside-Hall-of-Justice-375642301.html They've clearly got some of the details wrong, of course, but if half of it is true, Santos should be charged with whatever passes for reckless endangerment down there. Not being a fluffy bunny or whatever they've renamed it to. Sadly, being San Francisco, they'll probably put him in charge of safety training. Now to the incompetent reporting: The holes in the picture are not from a .22. They look like they could be from a 9mm or so. The term "Baby Glock" refers to the models 26, which is 9mm. So where did they get 22 from? Well, there is a Glock 22, but it's a 40 caliber, which makes holes about the same size as 9mm, but it's not easily confused with the 26. I recognize that reporters can't be experts on every subject, but two minutes on any internet search site would have told the reporter that things were way off kilter. <sigh> And last but not least, how do you miss from pistol sharing distance? Not that I'm anxious to see the other officer shot, but who is this guy, Cyril Figgis?