A drug dealer who accidentally shot a former friend in the torso outside a Perth police station after the victim threatened him, has been jailed for nine years.
Asmir Supuk, 31, pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm over the February 2016 incident, as well as almost a dozen serious drug and weapon offences dating back to June 2015.
Supuk knew the victim for two years but they had a falling out, the West Australian District Court heard on Thursday.
The night before the shooting, the victim threatened Supuk and said he knew where to find him due to his bail reporting obligations with police.
The next day, Supuk accidentally fired the gun outside Rockingham Police Station during a struggle with the victim at Supuk's car.