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    Senior Member RangeBob's Avatar
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    Police say stolen semi-automatic rifle found in Elias Street home

    July 18, 2016
    London, Ontario

    London police seized a semi-automatic rifle, along with ammunition at an Elias Street residence.

    Officers executed a warrant on Friday and found the rifle, which had been reported stolen in a break-in last November.

    They also found two loaded magazines with 10 rounds each and 180 rounds of ammunition.

    A 57-year-old man, 54-year-old female and 30-year-old male, all of London, are charged with possession of stolen property, careless storage of a firearm, careless storage of ammunition and unlawful possession of a non-restricted firearm.

    The 30-year-old male is also charged with possession of a firearm while prohibited


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    Senior Member FALover's Avatar
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    moved close to the lake.Some call it Gilford.
    Here's to a speedy trial. The owner will be a long time getting it back. (I am still waiting for one of mine).

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    Senior Member TheHydrant's Avatar
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    And they post a picture of the gun.
    Why is it more about the stolen property and less about the scumbag thief?
    It's a legally owned piece of property that was stolen and recovered. Sounds like a feel good story to me.

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    Funny how when they recover a stolen vehicle it takes about 3 weeks to a month to get it back, you get your guns stolen and recovered it's kind of like it changed from one thief to another. To the owner it's still stolen
    I'll do what I have to do and deal with the consequences of my actions later

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    If it was in one of their rooms the charges will stick to that persons room but if it was in the kitchen or living room, cuekkkkkkkkkkkk! nope , unless they get a confession lol
    " If you dont like it, learn to love it , wooooooooooo "

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    It will probably end the way 90% of these things go.

    A) one person will rat out the other, or
    B) and more likely, plead guilty to possession of stolen property, $700 fine, time served, bang. done.
    Madness is like gravity, all it takes is a little push

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    And the shitbirds will hit the same home again after the charges are dismissed when they testify against the gun owner.

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