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ot somebody got some splainin to do

Post by munch » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:16 pm

well i heard a story tonight that will take some real back peddling to get out of .
i know a guy who had a gun stolen and used in a robbery in 2002 it was evidence in a court case and he was told by the police that it would be destroyed after the case. so he was every surprised yesterday when he got a call from another police department to let him know they had found his gun in another investigation you know the one the police. The fellows that protect us destroyed 11 years ago.not sure but that may fall under unsafe storage of a firearm. sure will be interesting to see where this goes .got a feeling we will hear much more on this story
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Post by Woodspike » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:24 pm

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Post by TPM » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:32 pm

The cops who were supposed to destroy the gun obviously didn't. Someone took it home and probably sold it.
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Post by j.krug » Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:06 pm

I'm sure theres a logical reason for how this could have happened.....and if there isn't I'm sure they'll come up with one. Curious to see how this plays out.
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Post by one shot scott » Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:20 pm

That's perturbing.
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Post by taz3 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:28 pm

This will be interesting, I would think its the original owners fault, NOT!!

It's almost as bad as hearing they want to reinstate the registry! :x
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Post by munch » Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:32 am

just funny too me i went to the same police station in the past about my F.A.C renewal and was treated as if i was doing something wrong the guy behind the counter told me if he had his way he would get rid of all guns. i know there are a lot of hard working guys that lay it on the line for us every day but i think some where theres a bad apple, or was at that station .
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Post by Woodspike » Wed Dec 05, 2012 8:27 am

Power corrupts.
I know quite a few LEO's who would give ya the shirt of their back if they needed to... But I also know of a few who I would not trust with my life.
They take all kinds... unfortunately.

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Post by FJB » Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:32 pm

Since the abolishment of the long gun registry, how did they trace that firearm back to him?
Juct curious.

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Post by papa bear1 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 1:06 pm

Truth be known munch, you probably will never know the truth, :roll: It will most likely be swept under the rug and be done,!!!! :roll: :roll:

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Re: ot somebody got some splainin to do

Post by munch » Wed Dec 05, 2012 2:13 pm

FJB wrote:Since the abolishment of the long gun registry, how did they trace that firearm back to him?
Juct curious.

handguns have been under a registration program for as long as i can remember .he told me he gave a officer the original paper work for the gun in 2002.i know there where a lot of older people that have given up hunting or had guns passed down to them ,they did not know what to do with them so turned them in to be destroyed when the long gun registry was created .just wonder how many of these where not destroyed if its that easy to do with a handgun someone may have had quite a side business going on to subsidize there poor wages lol
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Re: ot somebody got some splainin to do

Post by FJB » Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:44 pm

munch wrote:
FJB wrote:Since the abolishment of the long gun registry, how did they trace that firearm back to him?
Juct curious.

handguns have been under a registration program for as long as i can remember .he told me he gave a officer the original paper work for the gun in 2002.i know there where a lot of older people that have given up hunting or had guns passed down to them ,they did not know what to do with them so turned them in to be destroyed when the long gun registry was created .just wonder how many of these where not destroyed if its that easy to do with a handgun someone may have had quite a side business going on to subsidize there poor wages lol
I just assumed it was a long gun, my mistake.

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Re: ot somebody got some splainin to do

Post by Bones » Wed Dec 05, 2012 4:06 pm

If the media get's a hold of this they could have a good time with it ? I suspect it will be swept under the rug quick , as other's have said.

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Re: ot somebody got some splainin to do

Post by groundpounder » Wed Dec 05, 2012 5:04 pm

It could have been a type o on reporting the serial numbers. Years ago we received a call about one of our guns being used and recovered in a crime. We checked our safe and we still had our gun. Later found out they had a type o in their report.
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