Fuller said although he knows she’s been in bad hands and doing bad things, he’s glad to have his Glock back and likened it to finding a $500 bill.
No one has seen or heard from Merberger since Monday morning after he retrieved a gun from his parents’ house and purchased ammunition at a local Walmart.
“We understand that things are scary out there right now, but taking a toy from a 5-year-old doesn’t enhance national security,” said the boy’s father.
When the suspect, later found to be just 17-years-old, demanded what was in the truck, he didn’t realize that’s where the 22-year-old worker had a handgun.
The 19-year-old girl who was killed was found to be in possession of a knife and a gun, and had gained entry into the home by removing a window AC unit.
Colion Noir takes a four-sided look at the worn stereotypical types of gun owner and how they all throw shade at the other three, for the common good of none.
Federal prosecutors cite concerns, given the guns infamous owner, they could be sold and then used in copycat crimes.
Following the controversial shooting of a dog in New Hampshire by its owner, advocates are pushing to ban the use of guns for euthanasia.
“The sound was enough to scare them off,” said Andrew Buckland. “It was money well spent.”
Prosecutors say the father, who is a convicted felon barred from possessing firearms, left the gun unsecured, where the child could access it.