Tag Archive: felony

Jul 01 2016

BREAKING: CA Passes Sweeping New Gun Control Package

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Thursday, California lawmakers approved a sweeping package of 12 new gun control bills and sent them to Governor Jerry Brown, who is scheduled to leave for Europe today. Lawmakers expedited the bills to his desk in hopes he would sign them before leaving. If signed into law, California’s gun owners can now expect new gun …

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Sep 08 2014

Moms Demand Action Leader Takes Gun Selfies While Under Protective Order

Moms Demand Action leader Erika Quinn

The most recent headline to hit the presses in Second Amendment news is the seedy background of one Erika Quinn, a loud and proud Moms Demand Action supporter who is a leader of the Oklahoma chapter. She claims to be a champion for stricter gun control legislation, despite being a gun owner herself. She claims …

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Jul 12 2014

Police Get Warrant To Photograph 17-Year-Old’s Erection

A 17-year-old boy is facing two felony charges for sexting his 15-year-old girlfriend. The charges in question? Manufacturing and distribution of child pornography. If found guilty, the teen would be imprisoned and have to register as a sex offender. If that is not bizarre enough, police were recently granted a warrant to administer a chemically-induced …

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May 19 2014

9-Year-Old Girl Handcuffed, Detained in Bathing Suit

When Latoya Harris’ nine-year-old daughter got into a fight at the local Boys and Girls Club in Portland, Oregon, the children apologized and that seemed to be the end of it. However, a week later, police showed up on Harris’ doorstep and arrested her little girl on assault charges. The child had been playing in …

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May 18 2014

Teen Faces Life in Prison for Pot Brownies

19-year-old Jacob Lavoro of Round Rock, Texas, has been accused of baking and selling pot brownies. He is being charged with a first degree felony because of his recipe. According to the affidavit, Lavoro used hash oil, along with coconut oil and marijuana. In Texas, possession of marijuana is a misdemeanor, depending on the amount. …

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May 08 2014

NJ Senate Committee Passes .22 Rifle, Magazine Ban

New Jersey’s Senate Law and Public Safety Committee has passed Senate Bill 993, a bill banning certain .22 rifles and limiting all magazines to 10 rounds or less. The vote was along party lines, 3 to 2. The bill would ban any .22 rifle with a fixed magazine of over 10 rounds. This includes the …

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Apr 18 2014

Man Shoots Squirrel, Police Seize Guns

65-year-old James Toigo of Milford, CT was recently visited by police after he shot a squirrel in his yard on Monday morning. Police reported they were in the area and heard a gunshot nearby. Toigo has taken into custody after they discovered he had shot the small animal. Upon their investigation, police also found an …

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Feb 28 2014

Illinois Bill Proposes Firearm Registration

Meet HB4715, a new bill proposed in Illinois. It is sponsored by Representative Kelly M. Cassidy (D – Chicago), and it’s all about registration. Cassidy introduced the bill on February 5th, and it immediately was passed to the state’s Rules Committee, where there is a 3-2 majority for Democrats. The law would require all gun …

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Feb 25 2014

Chicago Boy Throws Snowball, Gets Felony

An unnamed 13-year-old Chicago boy has been charged with a felony for allegedly throwing a snowball at a police officer. The boy maintains that he is innocent, and that another child threw the snow at the parked car, not the officer. The boy was one of a group of 15 children walking home from school …

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Jan 22 2014

Illinois Gun Confiscation: Your Weed or Your Gun

Illinois state officials have unveiled a new proposal regarding medical marijuana – that residents choose between their weed or their guns. Most of the rules made public earlier this week pertain to how a patient may qualify for medical marijuana, such as proving a diagnosis of at least one of 41 “debilitating medical conditions,” such …

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