By Tom Knighton
Most gun owners are very responsible. We know this from our own experience, and there are even studies on just what we do to be as responsible as possible. We take the responsibility of being gun owners very seriously.
Then you have these folks.
Officers with the Ormond Beach Police Department handled four different cases over the course of several days, all involving guns that were reported stolen from unlocked cars, police said Tuesday.
Each theft took place just five to ten minutes away from the next.
“A lot of people keep guns in their cars or on them,” Ken Newman said. “I usually leave mine in the car. I’m rethinking that.”
Newman said he woke up to a knock at his door from police at the beginning of December. Officers told him his truck had been ransacked on Laurel Ridge Break, and that his semi-automatic pistol had been stolen.
“It’s not in an obvious place, but it has been recommended that I take the gun in the house,” Newman said. “But that’s hard to do.”
Police documented three more guns taken out of unlocked cars in Ormond Beach. When questioned on the topic, officers said, gun owners …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms