From snowplows...

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Massachusetts man apparently got frustrated while driving behind a snow plow and opened fire. Bruce O’Brien was arrested after firing his gun three times while driving in Plymouth during a snowstorm about 7 p.m. Saturday, reported The Manomet Current. Police said the 60-year-old O’Brien was driving drunk when he fired the shots. None of the shots hit any cars or homes, and police aren’t sure whether the Whitman man was shooting at the snow plow.

...from friends...

Brooklyn man charged with fatally shooting friend during blizzard. A Brooklyn man was charged with manslaughter after police say he shot his friend in the head while showing him his gun Saturday night. Police responded to a call of a male shot in an apartment at 867 45 St. in Sunset Park around 8 p.m. When police arrived, they found Zdzislaw Golabek, 37, with a gunshot wound to his head. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

...and from Good Samaritans:

[A] 27-year-old Good Samaritan was shot and killed yesterday by a man he stopped to help. The victim has been identified as 27-year-old Jefferson Heavner of Newton.... The sheriff’s office says Lee was drunk when he ran his vehicle off the side of Mathis Church Road during the snowstorm on Friday afternoon. A group of people stopped to help Lee, including Heavner. Investigators say that when Lee became aware that Heavner was going to call police for help, Lee got out of his vehicle and fired his gun, killing Heavner. Lee then got back in his vehicle and a standoff ensued until a SWAT team finally got Lee out of the truck and arrested him.

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A drunk guy with a gun shoots and kills a Good Samaritan and the police somehow manage to take him alive after an armed standoff. Can you guess the guy's race? CAN YOU GUESS? Mug shot after the jump!

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