Outraged Czech Cop Shoots at Jaywalker Associated Press PRAGUE, Czech Republic - An angry police officer allegedly shot at a man who ignored a red traffic light and crossed a busy street in a southwestern Czech town, authorities said Tuesday. The bullets missed the pedestrian. The officer in Plzen, 55 miles southwest of Prague, was being investigated by the Interior Ministry for allegedly pulling his gun and firing at the jaywalking pedestrian on Monday, ministry spokesman Petr Vorlicek said. The unidentified officer fired several rounds after the pedestrian did not react to his shouts of protest, officials said. The Pravo newspaper reported that the policeman first shot in the air, and when the pedestrian did not react, he allegedly aimed at him and fired two more times. One bullet hit a passing car, but nobody was injured in the incident, Pravo said.