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Norfolk’s police chief blasted “irresponsible” gun owners. His top violent crimes detective was one.


Regular Member
Nov 5, 2015
Do away with GFZ and folks to scared to carry past a gun buster sign wont be leaving their guns in cars.

That one is easily remidied.

color of law

Accomplished Advocate
Oct 7, 2007
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
A Dade County, Florida, grand jury that looked into stolen guns recommended that “any firearms we choose to legally keep in our cars must be secured in a locked compartment stronger than a glove box to prevent their theft, especially when we are not seated in that car.”
I thought Grand Jury proceedings were secrete.
"I’m not trying to scare you,” Boone told them. “I’m just giving it to you with big teeth — the reality of it.
“There’s so many guns out here.”
Within a few days, there’d be one more.
There is also to many cars out there.