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    Gregory Dean, Jr. was pulled over in New Lebanon, N.Y., Sunday for a light on his license plate being burnt out. But what began as a simple traffic stop ended up with Dean being arrested over two bullets in his registered firearm, which put him in violation of the state’s new law, the Journal News reported.

    Last month, a provision in New York’s strict gun control laws went into effect, making it illegal to have more than seven rounds in a magazine unless said firearm was being used at a range or in a competition.

    The state troopers saw a .40-caliber pistol on Dean’s passenger side when they approached his window. Although it was lawfully possessed by Dean, they discovered nine bullets within the magazine, putting him two bullets over the seven-bullet max set by the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act.

    Dean was arrested for this violation and charged with unlawful possession for the number of bullets in the ammunition feeding device and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, according to the Journal News. Both are misdemeanor charges that went along with infractions he received regarding the light outage on his vehicle as well.

    Dean was released without bail and has a court date for later this month.



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    String him up! Anarchist!
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    • #3
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      String him up! Anarchist![/b]
      WHERES MY PITCHFORK?

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      • #4
        Anyone check the LE's round count? I hate to say it but, a stop for a burnt out license plate illumination is a chicken sh*t traffic cop trick. When I worked in LE calling a cop a "traffiic cop" was an insult usually applied to those who semed to be making a "traffic stop' whenever there was gunfire or a fight and assistance was requested. I'll bet they even "wiggled" the offending light bulb to see if it was "loose"..snap.."nope it's broke". LOL, western 'traffic cops" like to used "dirty plates' for BS stops, really 1000s of miles of dirt roads, ya think lol, I saw one actually approach the vehicle and pretend to wipe off the "mud" to read the plate....BS on all of them.

        Dang, I got eight rounds in my 1911 magazine right now...Cuomo! making New York safe for the gremlins one stupid law at a time, I wonder if he watched the action on his Big Brother cameras and drones...

        Take care...Jim
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        • #5
          There has yet to be any gun legislation passed that does anything but deny rights to law abiding citizens.

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