(1) A person who stores or leaves a firearm in a location where17 the person knows, or reasonably should know, that a child is likely18 19 to gain access:
HOUSE BILL 1747
State of Washington 64th Legislature 2015 Regular Session
By Representatives Kagi, Jinkins, Carlyle, Senn, Robinson, Walkinshaw, Appleton, Cody, Fitzgibbon, Tharinger, S. Hunt, Goodman, Farrell, and Santos
Read first time 01/28/15. Referred to Committee on Judiciary.
p. 1 HB 1747
(a) Is guilty of child endangerment due to unsafe storage of a1 firearm in the first degree if a child obtains access and possession2 of the firearm and the child causes personal injury or death with the3 4 firearm; or (b) Is guilty of child endangerment due to unsafe storage of a5 firearm in the second degree if a child obtains access and possession6 7 of the firearm and the child: (i) 8 Causes the firearm to discharge; (ii) Exhibits the firearm in a public place or in an angry,9 10 threatening, or careless manner
; or (iii) Uses the firearm in the commission of a crime