Two arrested after taking guns through Jack in the Box drive-thru in Antioch – “Two men were arrested Tuesday after police said they drove through the drive-thru of a Jack in the Box with guns. Two arrested after taking guns through Jack in the Box drive-thru in Antioch – Carlos Cabezas, 32, and Michael Ferreira, 19, both from Antioch, were armed with a rifle when they went through the drive-thru at the restaurant at 2505 A Street, Antioch police Sgt. Dimitri Barakos said. Officers arrested them after finding the two passed out in the car and also discovered a short-barreled shotgun, a military-style rifle, and an unspecified “large” amount of marijuana.”
Man allegedly pulled real gun on teens playing with Nerf guns in Edina – “A video circulating on Facebook shows a confrontation outside an Edina store between a group of teens playing with toy Nerf guns and a couple allegedly brandishing a real weapon at them. Edina police said no shots were fired and no arrests were made, but they are investigating the incident. According to the video posted on Facebook last Wednesday by one of the teens, the argument began after they allegedly were playing with Nerf guns inside an Edina store and then went outside in the parking lot after they refused to put away their toy guns.”
Blasphemy! . . . Blade Runner Pistol Is Being Turned Into…A Water Gun – “Blade Runner’s blaster already has a number of expensive replicas. This summer, it’s getting a water gun. Japanese gun model maker Ryosuke Takagi previously did his version of Deckard’s PKD Blaster from Blade Runner.
Widow wants hollow-point bullet ban – “The widow of a Racine delivery driver James Norris, who was gunned down on Racine’s north side in March 2016, is calling for a ban on hollow-point bullets that reportedly contributed to his death. ‘The guy bought the ammunition from Walmart that killed him,’ Stacy Blevins said. ‘You don’t buy hollow-point bullets unless you meant to kill him.’ According to Racine Police, Norris was shot to death March 25, 2016, in the 3900 block of Green Street. He was found in the street next to his car door at an apartment complex where he had just delivered food from his employer Super Steaks and Lemonade.
This should make it easier to throw up more roadblocks to final approval . . . Warner gun range deemed to have regional impact – “The town of Hopkinton and the Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission will get their shot at a planned indoor gun range and retail store in Warner after that town’s planning board determined the potential for regional impact Monday night. The decision to give Hopkinton and the planning commission a voice as abutters will push back the potential for project approval for at least another two weeks.”
A shady character if ever we’ve seen one . . . Prattville High student gets one-year expulsion for water gun incident – “A family is up in arms after their 16-year-old daughter was expelled from Prattville High School for having a water gun on campus. The Autauga County Board of Education expelled Sara Allena “Laney” Nichols in February for a year from all schools in the county and she was trespassed from school property and any extra-curricular activities for the same period. Her mother, Tara Herring, admits she had the water gun on campus, but questions the severity of the punishment.”
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