WLKY.com What started with one man shooting at rabbits in his back yard with an air gun turned into a threat by his neighbor with an AK-47, police said. According to the arrest report, the incident began when a man was shooting an air gun from his back porch at rabbits that were damaging his garden on Cliff Avenue. His next-door neighbor, Rodney Wold, saw him shooting at the rabbits, went inside his home and came back out with an AK-47, according to the report. “He loaded the magazine with, I believe it was, 19 rounds and went back outside and pointed it at his neighbor and said, ‘If you want to hunt something, hunt men,’” police spokeswoman Carey Klain said. When police arrived, Wold let them search his home and the AK-47 was found between the mattress and box spring of a bed. According to police, Wold admitted to arming himself and confronting his neighbor. The man’s wife witnessed the incident. She said they had previous problems with Wold. Judge Donald Armstrong reduce his bond from $5,000 full cash, allowing him out of jail on his own recognizance, but ordered him not to possess any weapons. “It is never OK to resolve any type of argument with a weapon of any sort, much less a gun,” Klain said. Wold is charged with first-degree wanton endangerment.
This story doesn’t really do it for me, what does is the Hall-of-Fame caliber mugshot, which Rodney Wold absolutely crushed. The bulging eyes, the bald-on-top-mullet-in-back hairstyle, I can totally believe that Rodney Wold would hunt men with an AK-47 in his spare time. Slow clap on the mugshot Rodney Wold, you earned it, bravo.