How Criminals Get Guns: Airport Baggage Handler Gets 6 Months for Stealing Firearms; 1 Went to Gang Convict
A federal prosecutor remarked: “This is how guns get diverted from lawful owners and end up in the hands of felons.’’
After more than four decades of not being able to carry, law enforcement officers at the Kearney, Neb., campus can strap on sidearms.
Hani Salha was working at his In & Out Mini Mart in Yakima, Wash., Sunday evening when he spied something that would give anyone pause. Through parking lot surveillance cameras, he saw two armed men pull bandannas over their faces and head for the door. Fortunately, Salha had an opportunity to steel himself.
It’s tough to beat a Glock 35, despite the slightly waning fortunes of the .40 S&W cartridge.