Spokane officer cleared in daughter's shooting
Barry O'Connell could have been charged with reckless endangerment, but Spokane County Deputy Prosecutor Brian O'Brien said there's no evidence his actions were intentional.
KXLY reported that the 18-year veteran could still face department discipline for failing to secure his duty weapon.
The girl went into a bedroom on Easter Sunday to look out the window for Easter eggs when she found the gun and started playing with it.
It was the fourth child shooting this year in Washington state and the second involving a law enforcement officer's child.
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