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Pair arrested on gun charges

January 16, 2013

Acting on a tip received from the Michigan State Police Alpena Post, detectives from the Huron Undercover Narcotics Team conducted an investigation into a Presque Isle County woman who is a convicte......

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amos57usa

Jan-19-13 6:57 AM

junts..It appears that you think entrapment and being trapped in a fire are pretty much the same thing :) Entrapment is when a beautiful undercover cop flashes cleavage and reduces the male brain to mush. Then after some brain mush manipulation she gets $20 from you, arrests you and takes your $40,000 vehicle (forfeiture). Being trapped in a fire is when to avoid said entrapment, you "cast thy seed to the wind" and end up in Fire Lake for eternity for committing a sin Thingy.

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Shredder

Jan-18-13 9:06 AM

Drunks love hunt, don't they?

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IamJunts

Jan-18-13 5:46 AM

Excellent job HUNT! You guys could save 100 school kids from a burning building and some of the druggies that post on here would still rip on you. Just remember that those of us who work for a living and are not angry over having been arrested by you, love what you do for us. Keep up the great work!

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stosh01

Jan-17-13 9:14 PM

A convicted felon falsifying a 4473 (form used for gun purchases for those who don't know) to get a firearm she can't have, and then giving it to her bf who also can't have guns? I'd hope there were felony charges; that's multiple federal crimes right there. You want to reduce gun violence, start coming down hard on stuff like THIS. Straw purchasing is one of the major ways for felons to get firearms.

Also amos, grenades are considered "destructive devices" under the National Firearms Act and subject to a $200 tax stamp per device. That's if state law doesn't prohibit transfer to a civilian, and if you can get your Chief LE Officer to approve it (fat chance).

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Referee

Jan-17-13 9:38 AM

Good job HUNT! Keep up the good work on our behalf.

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amos57usa

Jan-17-13 8:29 AM

Are they saying grenades are illegal? Where is the NRA when republicans need them to fight for their second amendment rights. You can't even buy a decent bazooka from Walmart anymore. What is our nation comming to. The right wingers better crawl out from their bunkers and check the new airport site for black helicopters. At least the drones can't peek into bunkers but that is a whole nother amendment fight.

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Shredder

Jan-16-13 10:19 PM

Hunt is now doing firearms patrol? I guess no one should be surprised why so many voted to defund hunt. Voters will only be scammed so long.....shredder

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