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Stupid angry guy gets guns and permit taken
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http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local...27051.html

Quote:Police received a 911 call at 9:47 p.m. to respond to McDonald's, 1835 Black Rock Turnpike because a man was out of control at the drive-through window, police said.

Quote:Employees had jotted down the registration plate and officers went to Weglarz’s home, where he was immediately belligerent to officers and hey took him into custody, police said.

Weglarz had a loaded Glock pistol in his waistband and was able to produce a valid Connecticut pistol permit, police said.

Police took Weglarz to the police station, released him and seized weapons and ammunition from his house, as well as a pistol permit, which will be sent to the state firearms review board.

Moral of the story....keep your temper under control, because you don't have to actually brandish a weapon in order to get it taken away, along with your LTCF.

What an idiot.

BTW that's legal, what the cops did, right? Searching his home and seizing all that stuff because he threw a bag of food at workers and lost his temper? Regardless, he was still an idiot...you just can't act that way if you're supposed to be a responsible firearm owner. Owning a firearm should mean you can keep control of your actions in public at all times.
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RugerGirl;91557 Wrote:http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local...27051.html

Quote:Police received a 911 call at 9:47 p.m. to respond to McDonald's, 1835 Black Rock Turnpike because a man was out of control at the drive-through window, police said.

Quote:Employees had jotted down the registration plate and officers went to Weglarz’s home, where he was immediately belligerent to officers and hey took him into custody, police said.

Weglarz had a loaded Glock pistol in his waistband and was able to produce a valid Connecticut pistol permit, police said.

Police took Weglarz to the police station, released him and seized weapons and ammunition from his house, as well as a pistol permit, which will be sent to the state firearms review board.

Moral of the story....keep your temper under control, because you don't have to actually brandish a weapon in order to get it taken away, along with your LTCF.

What an idiot.

BTW that's legal, what the cops did, right? Searching his home and seizing all that stuff because he threw a bag of food at workers and lost his temper? Regardless, he was still an idiot...you just can't act that way if you're supposed to be a responsible firearm owner. Owning a firearm should mean you can keep control of your actions in public at all times.

Technically it was assault the second he threw the bag. Having said that, how do they know that the employees wrote down the correct license plate number and weren't just hosing someone that pissed them off?
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billamj;91565 Wrote:
RugerGirl;91557 Wrote:http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local...27051.html



Moral of the story....keep your temper under control, because you don't have to actually brandish a weapon in order to get it taken away, along with your LTCF.

What an idiot.

BTW that's legal, what the cops did, right? Searching his home and seizing all that stuff because he threw a bag of food at workers and lost his temper? Regardless, he was still an idiot...you just can't act that way if you're supposed to be a responsible firearm owner. Owning a firearm should mean you can keep control of your actions in public at all times.

Technically it was assault the second he threw the bag. Having said that, how do they know that the employees wrote down the correct license plate number and weren't just hosing someone that pissed them off?


It sounds like he gave the cops trouble too. Had he been respectful to the cops when they arrived, he probably could have squeezed out of any charges.....

What an idiot.
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Innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Were charges filed? Was a warrant produced? Were the allegations proven? Shrug Sounds like search & seizure based on hearsay.
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ByblosHex;91573 Wrote:Innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Were charges filed? Was a warrant produced? Were the allegations proven? Shrug Sounds like search & seizure based on hearsay.

I think it was more based on his behavior with cops when they showed up...don't make cops mad...haha. Dumb thing to do.
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RugerGirl;91575 Wrote:
ByblosHex;91573 Wrote:Innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Were charges filed? Was a warrant produced? Were the allegations proven? Shrug Sounds like search & seizure based on hearsay.

I think it was more based on his behavior with cops when they showed up...don't make cops mad...haha. Dumb thing to do.

Cops show up at your house, without a warrant and you being "belligerent" is somehow cause for arrest, search & seizure?
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ByblosHex;91586 Wrote:
RugerGirl;91575 Wrote:I think it was more based on his behavior with cops when they showed up...don't make cops mad...haha. Dumb thing to do.

Cops show up at your house, without a warrant and you being "belligerent" is somehow cause for arrest, search & seizure?

Evidently in CT...... I dunno, but I bet he regrets losing his temper over a cheeseburger.
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RugerGirl;91600 Wrote:
ByblosHex;91586 Wrote:Cops show up at your house, without a warrant and you being "belligerent" is somehow cause for arrest, search & seizure?

Evidently in CT...... I dunno, but I bet he regrets losing his temper over a cheeseburger.

No doubt, but is losing one's temper a firearm ownership relinquishment factor?
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ByblosHex;91710 Wrote:
RugerGirl;91600 Wrote:Evidently in CT...... I dunno, but I bet he regrets losing his temper over a cheeseburger.

No doubt, but is losing one's temper a firearm ownership relinquishment factor?

Depends on how you define losing one's temper, and what you do while losing it.
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GregorOneEye;91716 Wrote:
ByblosHex;91710 Wrote:No doubt, but is losing one's temper a firearm ownership relinquishment factor?

Depends on how you define losing one's temper, and what you do while losing it.

Then it's a matter of specific actions being performed and not just "losing one's temper". That's my point. Losing one's temper on it's own shouldn't really be justification for any reaction. Neither should simply being belligerent.
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