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Gerald Stanley to pay $3,900 and receive 10-year ban on gun ownership for improper firearm storage
Gerald Stanley pleaded guilty to improperly storing firearms.
Gerald Stanley has been fined $3,000, plus a $900 victim surcharge, and banned from owning firearms for 10 years after he pleaded guilty Monday to improper storage of firearms.
The seven guns alleged to be stored improperly by Stanley, as listed in the court file, are a J. Stevens Arms Company 520 rifle; a .22-calibre semi-automatic rifle; a.22-calibre bolt-action rifle; a Winchester 1200 shotgun; a Lakefield Mark 2 .22-calibre rifle; and a Winchester 1894 rifle.
A previous charge relating to a Ruger Blackhawk .45-calibre handgun was dropped.
$3900 and a 10 year firearms ban for improper storage.
Its unfortunate that the other firearm owner in this story who was Illegally in possession of a firearm that was not only improperly stored but loaded in a moving vehicle and present during the commission of robberies isn't facing any sort of punishment.