Deputies recover guns, ammunition from man with previous felony conviction

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CHIPPEWA TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The Isabella County Sheriff’s Department says they’ve recovered several guns and 15,000 rounds of ammunition from a Chippewa Township man.

Deputies say that the 66-year-old man is not allowed  to have firearms because of a prior felony conviction.  They say he is cooperating with investigators.

Deputies acted on a tip and found nine long guns, two pistols and about 15,000 rounds of ammunition, some of which was hidden behind panels and in “bunker-style” locations.

The Isabella County Prosecutor is reviewing the case for possible charges.

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  • FT

    The laws from one state to the next are so different and so screwed up. Also, what has Trump done for the gun owners of America besides give a speech at the NRA Convention? I live in a very over regulated state when it comes t guns and I don’t see anything changing one bit here in Ma. If anything, the anti gun clowns that call themselves Legislators are still trying to outlaw anything they can that is gun related.
    One town in even trying to outlaw leaf blowers of all things, even though they are legal everywhere else, except maybe at 3 AM.