Todd Strange, mayor of Montgomery, Alabama, said Thursday he plans to use a loophole in state law to hold a gun buyback this summer.
An armed career criminal from Grandview, Missouri, was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson urged lawmakers Thursday to pass a bill that would lengthen prison sentences for repeat gun offenders in Illinois.
The stop was initiated because the car matched the description from an earlier hit-and-run and the officer recognized the driver, who had a warrant.
The head of a national gun rights group contends the city’s controversial gun tax has done little to curb shootings in Seattle.
The indictment came as the result of a long-term investigation conducted by local and federal agencies and dubbed “Operation Gang Related.”
The man’s girlfriend said he just “freaked out” before he called 911 requesting the police while declaring he had a pistol and didn’t “do well around cops.”
The contractor pleaded guilty Monday to selling secret information to a person he believed to be a Russian spy. Investigators learned he used the funds to support an online lover, who had been catfishing him.
“He did it as safely as he thought he could and walked in and let us know what’s going on,” said Anchorage Police Department spokeswoman Renee Oistad.
Customs agents at the Abdali border in Kuwait noticed the bird as it appeared to have trouble moving about, then found the bag containing nearly 200 pills.