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Florida does not have many strict gun control laws but that may all change with the whining of the socialist indoctrinated students who have been protesting for more gun control laws ever since the Valentine’s Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Even without the same strict gun laws of other states like New York, Illinois, Maryland and California, criminals still manage to obtain guns illegally. Law enforcement officers in Escambia County, Florida, home to Pensacola, reported over 300 guns had been stolen and many of them have since been linked to street crimes. Police have been investigating and have arrested one individual and looking for others involved with the stolen firearms.

(WEARTV) – A major break in a case that connects multiple crimes across northwest Florida. This week, Escambia County deputies arrested a man wanted for selling stolen firearms.

Kareem Tijuan Watson, 20, was booked into the Escambia County Jail on Monday and charged with dealing in stolen property. Watson is already out of jail on a $50,000 bond, but he is just one of many tied to the investigation into the stealing and dealing of more than 300 guns.

Escambia County deputies say Jamarcus Bennett, Shawn Dale and Anthony Brown broke into a home on Godwin Lane multiple times between September and December 2016. The men allegedly stole 323 firearms, including several AK-47s, AR-15s, shotguns, revolvers, Glocks and other handguns…

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Once again, we see that criminals don’t abide by the law and will obtain guns any way they can, usually by stealing them and in some cases, like the recent report from California, they make their own guns. When will liberals wake up and learn that their gun control laws really only impact law-abiding citizens and not criminals?




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