Man shots dead his child in-law after he flew from Norway to US and bounced out of the hedges to amaze him on his birthday

A Floridan man shot and killed his child in-law after the unfortunate casualty who had flew in from Norway to the US hopped out of the shrubberies to astound him for his birthday. 

61-year-old Richard Dennis opened fire on Christopher Bergan, 37, outside his home in Pensacola on Tuesday night (Oct.1) in what police portrayed as a 'terrible mishap'. 

On Thursday, October 3, Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson declared at a news gathering that Dennis won't deal with indictments for the occurrence. 

Johnson said Bergan, who is hitched to Dennis' little girl and has a child, and lives in Norway, landed at a Florida air terminal on Tuesday evening and went directly to his dad in-law's home. 

Dennis, who had no clue about Bergan's appearance apparently heard somebody hitting against his indirect access at around 11.30pm. He turned on the yard light before Bergan jumped 'out of the shadows', making a snarling sound as he rose up out of a hedge. 

Obscure to him , it was his inlaw, Dennis discharged one shot that struck Bergan in the chest, murdering him immediately. 

The sheriff said no charges were justified in the shooting, including that it 'never ought to have occurred'. 

'Anyone who is religious out there, you have to petition God for this family,' Johnson said. 

'I can't envision what they're experiencing... it's appalling.' 

Bergan was hitched to Dennis' girl, and had lived in Florida before they migrated to his local Norway.

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