According to the Department of Justice press release, Steven Roberts was a bad, bad man: three felony convictions for burglary and one for child abuse. “Roberts was arrested on Aug. 8, 2009, after a short foot chase by Kansas City police officers. When Roberts was searched, officers found [one round of 9mm] ammunition in his pants pocket. Officers also found a Makarov 9mm semi–automatic pistol, a small amount of methamphetamine and some marijuana when they canvassed the area through which Roberts ran.” A Makarov? Was it converted to .380? Anyway, under federal law, a convicted felon can’t possess a firearm or ammunition. The ATF stepped in and Roberts was sent down. Fair enough?