Jerman Neveaux admitted to killing the deputy and said he was afraid of getting caught with a gun because he was on probation for a prior misdemeanor.
Relatives of a mysterious California man who died leaving behind a huge cache of exotic vehicles and legal firearms want the “instruments of death” melted down or thrown in the ocean.
The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday heard a case dealing with how the state regulates the open carry of firearms.
Officers responding to calls about the blaze were advised of a suspicious person who tossed something under a car, which turned out to be a stolen revolver.
Police rushed to the area after they heard gunshot at the same place someone was shot and killed just two days prior.
The victim fired three shots, and Juteau cried, “Oh God!” before he ran out of the glass door he had broken. Police later used a trail of blood to find him.
The district judge called the sentence a “legitimate and moral consequence” of former Tulsa County Sheriff Reserve Deputy Robert Bates’ actions.
For the second time in as many years, Gov. Maggie Hassan rejected a bill that would have made the Granite State the 11th to codify the right to concealed carry without a permit.
Crimson Trace, known for their laser sighting systems and tactical firearm lights, now offers gun store and range employees an opportunity to learn more about laser sighting systems in a classroom setting.
Five Virginia residents challenged the legality of Nova Armory’s Certificate of Occupancy to the Arlington Board of Zoning Appeals, and were resoundingly rejected.