Nouvelles sur les armes à feu
Guam Police Officer, SWAT Team Member Charged with Theft of Guns
15 October 2007
Pacific Daily News (Guam)
A Guam Police Department SWAT officer has been indicted in the Superior Court of Guam on numerous charges in connection with the theft of guns.
According to court documents, Kenneth Castro allegedly sold a number of firearms that belonged to someone else and stored them in the police department's armory.
GPD spokesman Officer Allan Guzman said that Castro is still with the department and back on the job after serving his administrative punishment.
Guzman said that... (GunPolicy.org)
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Îles Mariannes du Nord
Confiscated Guns in CNMI
6 May 2005
SAIPAN — Some 3,000 firearms, most of them confiscated over the years by the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas (CNMI) government for various reasons, are sitting idle at the Department of Public Safety (DPS).
This is according to Congressman Ramon Tebuteb, who is pushing for the immediate disposal of the guns, Saipan Tribune reports.
"We're talking here of about two truckloads. It' quite a significant number of firearms which are unused and (are sitting) idle at... (GunPolicy.org)
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Palau to Probe Sale of Police Guns
19 March 2003
KOROR, Palau — The Committee on Judiciary and Governmental Affairs of the House of Delegates will conduct an inquiry into the recent sale of government firearms and ammunitions to foreigners.
Del. Augustine Mesebeluu, the committee chairman, said they were informed recently about the sale of eight outdated firearms to MY Tattoosh, the vessel reportedly owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Mesebeluu said lawmakers want to know how many firearms and ammunition... (GunPolicy.org)
Lire l'article complet : Palau Horizon