It's not hard to see a future where many states allow so-called "constitutional carry" - your gun on your hip or in your purse - so long as it's not a submachine gun.
Both the mother and the father of a 7-year-old who took a loaded gun to school have been charged with failure to secure a firearm from a minor, a Class I misdemeanor in North Carolina. Students reported the gun to school officials who then found and seized the weapon from the 7 year old.
After a 24-foot hole collapsed on two children, fatally injuring them, the man responsible for digging the hole is facing drug crimes charges unrelated to the tragic cave-in. During the course of the police investigation into the deaths of two North Carolina children, Jordan Arwood was found in possession of two marijuana plants and growing supplies, leading to the drug crimes arrest.
A third person already this year has cut his court-ordered electronic monitoring device and fled detection by Charlotte police. Anthony McCreary was released prior to his trial on charges of assault and weapons charges and ordered to wear the electronic monitoring device as a condition of his pretrial release. The first two who cut their ankle bracelets have been caught; police are still looking for McCreary.
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