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Mon Nov 20, 2017, 08:13 PM

Gun sought after PVPD chief leaves service weapon in library restroom

Prescott Valley Police Chief Bryan Jarrell lost his service weapon, apparently leaving it in a public restroom over the Veterans Day holiday weekend, before he realized it was missing and reported it.

Jarrell said he had been in uniform at a Prescott Valley Town Council meeting on Thursday, Nov. 9.

“I went into the public restroom at the library (where the meeting was held) to change clothes, because I was going to a basketball game, and I was in a hurry, and there is no excuse, I left it,” he said.

He said that, because he doesn’t normally carry his gun while off-duty, and the following day was a holiday, he didn’t realize he’d left it in the restroom until Monday, by which time it was gone.

https://www.dcourier.com/news/2017/nov/20/pvpd-chief-leaves-his-gun-restroom-search-continue/


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Reply Gun sought after PVPD chief leaves service weapon in library restroom (Original post)
Ptah Nov 2017 OP
Pope George Ringo II Nov 2017 #1
Fred Sanders Nov 2017 #2
Hangingon Nov 2017 #3
Fred Sanders Nov 2017 #4
Hangingon Nov 2017 #5
Fred Sanders Nov 2017 #6
Hangingon Nov 2017 #7
Fred Sanders Nov 2017 #8
Hangingon Nov 2017 #9
Kali Nov 2017 #10
Ptah Nov 2017 #11
DesertRat Nov 2017 #12

Response to Ptah (Original post)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 08:23 PM

1. The police have a habit of providing arguments against disarming the populace.

No question that a bunch of white guys have a habit of providing arguments for gun control, but the things police do with guns just make you want to bang your head against a wall.

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Response to Ptah (Original post)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 08:29 PM

2. Guns everywhere. 300 million +! Even 80 year olds shooting themselves and their wives in a

church no less...gets to keep the Gun. Lots of harm, no foul? No charges?? Only with the holy Gun.

300 million+ tools of death. What could go wrong? Except everything.

Buy them all back. Say average of $500 a pop equals 150 billion dollars. About a tenth of what the rich are going to get in tax breaks.

Fuck that. Eliminate the guns, save lives and gunshot injury, save billions a year in medical costs, not to mention the grief caused.

Australia did it. Second amendment says nothing about a buy back.

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Response to Fred Sanders (Reply #2)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 09:12 PM

3. If the buy back is mandatory, the 2nd does say something.

If the buy back isn’t mandatory, you won’t have much participation

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Response to Hangingon (Reply #3)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 09:24 PM

4. As soon as the former gun lovers form a well regulated militia they can have the Precious

back.

NRA hates that part so much they removed it from their HQ granite carved inscription! The truth the TRUTH and nothing but the truth...removing part of the truth means you have lost the argument.

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Response to Fred Sanders (Reply #4)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 09:26 PM

5. Bull!

Acquaint yourself with the case law. It is settled.

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Response to Hangingon (Reply #5)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 09:28 PM

6. Case law can be overruled by legislation. That is how democracy works.

Aquaint yourself with anything other than non-NRA crap.

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Response to Fred Sanders (Reply #6)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 09:37 PM

7. Can be. Dont think it will any time soon.

Instead of Ranting about banning guns held by citizens, there are things that could be done to keep guns out of the hands of people who should not have them. Your ranting merely produces resistance to progress.

Gun control is a culture war. You insist on punishing innocent gun owners, who you conflate with bad guys with guns. Name calling and assumed cultural superiority are not getting you anywhere. You want to force your opinion on people. All these are barriers to progress.

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Response to Hangingon (Reply #7)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 09:55 PM

8. Ignoring the well regulated militia part I see - as I pointed out the NRA does as well.

You can have the last word.

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Response to Fred Sanders (Reply #8)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 10:01 PM

9. Perhaps if you read the existing case law you would understand the issues better.

Bringing back the NRA is a clear sign you are out of arguments.

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Response to Ptah (Original post)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 10:33 PM

10. OOPS

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Response to Kali (Reply #10)

Mon Nov 20, 2017, 10:39 PM

11. I hate it when that happens.

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Response to Ptah (Original post)

Tue Nov 21, 2017, 10:40 AM

12. omg

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