Indiana Man Goes Ballistic, Literally, After Girlfriend Declines His Marriage Proposal

An Indiana man has been charged with three counts of felony criminal recklessness for allegedly firing a gun over the head of his girlfriend after she declined his marriage proposal.

Police responded to a call of shots fired at the home of Robert Kleman last Sunday where he claimed the gun was accidentally discharged by his friend “Eric the Invader” after it was dropped on the floor. Kleman, 29, pictured in the mug shot above, subsequently blamed two other individuals, one named “Chris” and the other named “Cricket” with firing the errant shot.

But according to a probable cause affidavit filed in Superior Court, Kleman’s girlfriend told Hobart Police Department officers a different story. Kristin Jasinski told cops that she was lying on the couch when Kleman arrived home and asked her to marry him. When she declined his proposal he became enraged and started throwing things and “then pulled out his gun, pointed it over her head and a shot was fired going through her wall.”

Interestingly, Jasinski’s Facebook page features a photo of the couple and she lists her relationship status as “engaged.”