A man was asleep in a quiet Evansville, Ind., neighborhood, just before 4 a.m. last Sunday when he heard the slightest of sounds. That noise turned out to be Malcolm Tyler Payton, who was wearing a mask and crawling through a window—and who was also carrying a gun.
The Arizona Supreme Court will hear a case based on a complaint filed by Attorney General Mark Brnovich that the city of Tucson’s practice of destroying guns seized by police rather than selling them is illegal.
An Arizona state representative is asking the state’s attorney general to investigate whether the city of Tucson is breaking state law by destroying guns confiscated by police.
A Cuyahoga County, Ohio, judge has struck down several provisions in a Cleveland gun-control ordinance Monday, ruling that three laws imposed last year violated the state’s firearms pre-emption law, while upholding other provisions, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Terrorism hit a little too close to home for Orange County supervisors.