Daaaa. Of course they comply, otherwise they would be locked up in prison.If this happened in New York, at least we'd be assured that the invaders only had 7-rounds each. Right??? But, wouldn't that still leave the homeowner at a 4-to-1 ammunition disadvantage? Nah...as long as he didn't need more than 10 rounds to shoot a deer, everything would have been fine. After all, armed burglars are always complying with firearm laws. I'm sure that they all had legal CCW permits, too. I wonder how long it took the armed assailants to get their firearms after their background checks? If they were in New York, they'd have to have planned their burglary about a year in advance. Do you think that they would have filled out each other's personal character reference sheets?
Nah..that's just for people on anti-anxiety medications who have firearms. I'm sure these burglars were not taking any prescription controlled substances or illicit drugs. Otherwise, DHS would have found them earlier through a search of their medical records.Daaaa. Of course they comply, otherwise they would be locked up in prison.
Is that the same story? Sucks that the owner died. Wow.CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police say one arrest has been made after a man was fatally shot Friday inside his Charlotte home.
WSOC reports Jacoby Delanio Chambers, 21, was arrested Saturday morning in the death of 42-year-old Davis Wayne Walthall.
Walthall was shot to death around 5 a.m. Friday after three men broke inside his Maribel Avenue home, WSOC reports.
Neighbors tell WSOC there were several children inside the house at the time, but none of them were hurt.
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