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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Adam Besso Real-life Detroit 'superhero' arrested and exiled from group after firing shotgun in fight

He was supposed to protect the innocent and fight for justice, but now a real-life 'superhero' from a Detroit suburb who goes by the moniker 'Bee Sting' has found himself on the wrong side of the law after allegedly discharging a shotgun.

According to a report by the Detroit Free Press, 36-year-old Adam Besso, of Sterling Heights, Michigan, was arrested on Thursday after the shotgun he was carrying while patrolling in a trailer park near Flint went off during a tussle with a man, police said.

The victim, 38-year-old Tom Carter, grabbed the barrel of Besso's gun because he felt threatened by the masked crusader, who went after him for revving up his motorcycle, according to Lieutenant Mike Odette.

The gunshot sent a round into a vacant trailer, and Carter suffered a cut to his lip during the scuffle.

'As soon as I saw the gun, I was thinking I didn't want my kids to get shot,' Carter, a father of two, told MLive.

'Just because we live in a trailer park doesn't make us less human, and we're not going to let people come in here giving us a bad name,' he added. Read More