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Why Gun Shop Owners Need to Invest in Security Systems

The owner of a gun outlet is only beginning to estimate the damages after discovering an incredible number of missing firearms. An employee arrived for work Saturday morning and found the shop destroyed. David Milstad, the owner of the shop, stated: “…Ammunition was scattered everywhere, I have $10,000 worth of ammunition, I don’t know how much they took,” According to detectives, the thieves apparently had a well thought out plan. Rather than bothering with the steel gate at the gun shop, the thieves broke into an empty business next door and knocked a hole through the connecting wall. They then went straight to the safe. “My safe was full of handguns, boxes of handguns I remove form the shelves every night, and they got every one of them, about 100… […]

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How Pill Mil Brothers were Indicted for Weapons Possession, Not Drug Trafficking

How Pill Mil Brothers were Indicted for Weapons Possession, Not Drug Trafficking

In March of this year, federal authorities teamed up with the Palm Beach County police and raided pain clinics in Lake Worth and West Palm Beach owned by twin brothers Chris and Jeff George, 29. This was the beginning of a long and thorough investigation that has redefined the issues of prescription drug trafficking. The George brothers and the doctors working for them were earning millions from their pain clinics. Chris and Jeff George amassed millions in property and lived in excess while drug traffickers and dealers continued to route supplies from pain clinics owned by the Georges to Kentucky, Ohio, and South Carolina. Chris George accumulated approximately $40 million in assets, $25 million of which is still unaccounted for. One of the cash-only pain clinics was said to have… […]

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What Happens If I’m Arrested For Weapons Possession?

According to an article in the Palm Beach Post, the former owner of a Palm Coast pizzeria is accused of attacking customers who complained about their order. He has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. A Flagler County judge sentenced 42-year-old Joseph Milano last Wednesday. He was convicted in June of possession of a firearm by a felon. Milano was arrested in January 2009 after he reportedlyassaulted and pistol-whipped two men who complained about their calzone order at Goomba’s Pizzeria. Deputies later discovered that Milano is actually Joseph Calco — a former mob hit man turned federal witness. The gun charge stems from February domestic disturbance call, where a deputy found a gun under his mattress. Milano acknowledged in court that he wasn’t supposed to have the gun but… […]

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Weapons Charges in South Florida

FORT PIERCE, Fla.– An 18-year-old Fort Pierce Central High School student has been arrested for bringing a gun to the school. The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office says a school resource deputy arrested Jabaui Terrell German thanks to a confidential tip. “A tip from Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers indicated that a student at Fort Pierce Central High School wearing a light blue shirt had a gun in his ‘Iverson’ book bag,” said St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara in a written release. “Crime Stoppers passed the tip to deputies assigned to the high school…deputies located the student… grabbed his book bag and took the student into custody.” The Sheriff said deputies found a .25-caliber semiautomatic pistol as well as a clip loaded with four bullets. He’s charged him with… […]

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