Gun owners in Massachusetts are being warned if they own bump stocks, they have two weeks to get rid of them. The Massachusetts legislature voted last year to ban them and Feb. 1 is the deadline to comply or face criminal charges. "This is not a joke," said Jim Wallace, executive director of the Gun Owners Action League. "A violation of this new law is up to life in prison."
A man has been arrested and charged in a robbery that left a woman injured in the parking lot of a New Hampshire Market Basket store, authorities confirmed TuesdayOfficials say a woman was loading groceries into her car at the Southgate Plaza in Seabrook Friday night when she was notified that a man had taken her wallet from her purse. When she confronted the suspect, the two got into a physical altercation and he ran to his vehicle to try to get away. Police say he punched her in the face.
Police are searching for a man they say robbed and injured a woman in the parking lot of a New Hampshire Market Basket store. Officials say a woman was loading groceries into her car at the Southgate Plaza in Seabrook Saturday when she was notified that a man had taken her wallet from her purse. When she confronted the suspect, the two got into a physical altercation and he ran to his vehicle to try to get away.
Deadline to turn in bump stocks in MA is quickly approaching but gun owners group warns many may not know. This letter from the state to gun owners—despite the date on it—is going out today. 11pm @nbcboston. https://t.co/ZG1dJXeOI2
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