By: CBS4 News, firstname.lastname@example.org
What goes up, must come down. An important physics lesson the Scott County Sheriff's Department said gun owners should keep in mind this New Year's Eve.
"If someone's shooting fire works off, you kind of know where it's going to land and what's going to happen, but if you're shooting guns it's a whole other story. You might be ok by the direction you're firing at, but you don't know where that bullet's going to come down," said Major Mike Brown.
He said it's not only unsafe to shoot a gun into the air, but it's also illegal and anyone caught firing rounds in celebration could spend the rest of New Year's Eve behind bars.