“A $20,000 [taxpayer-funded] reward is being handed out to an unnamed Bay State resident who helped [unnamed] cops track down two FBI rifles allegedly stolen by a 16-year-old from Lawrence [from unnamed FBI agents],” bostonherald.com reports. “The two weapons, one an M16-A1 rifle, the other a sniper rifle, were stolen between Wednesday night and Thursday morning. During a press conference announcing the arrest of a 16-year-old for the theft, Andover Police Commander Charles Heseltine would not say how the FBI SWAT vehicle was broken into, but he said other cars nearby were also burglarized and those cars were left unlocked.” Uh-oh! “Failure to secure a large capacity firearm is punishable by up to 10 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine. Heseltine said agents and police recovered the weapons as well as magazines that were stolen. Heseltine says charges are up to the DA’s office.” Now if that were you or me . . .