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Shotgun Sighting Supported Detention (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s bench trial conviction and five-year sentence for felon firearm possession:  a bank employee’s eyewitness report of defendant parked in a car armed with a shotgun near the bank provided reasonable suspicion to detain and investigate. A bank employee working in her office reported to police seeing defendant remove a shotgun ...

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