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United States

1 September 2007

Bay City Times (Michigan)

DETROIT — In their jobs as a small-town police chief and rural county prosecutors, Maxwell L. Garnett, Frederick A. MacKinnon and Gary J. Theunick were charged to uphold the law in Ogemaw County. But a federal jury has found the three former officials guilty of using their positions of authority to buy and own machine guns and gun silencers for personal use. Garnett, 56, former Rose City police chief, and Mac-Kinnon, 54, former Ogemaw County prosecutor, were found... (GunPolicy.org)

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