Leicester police seize some dude's BOB

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I'm sure they unloaded the mags at the police station to make the bullets look more scary.

ASS-U-MING each plastic bag contains the rounds removed from the magazine in the same plastic bag, it demonstrates there were more than ten rounds in each mag.

Can anyone tell if these are pre-ban mags?
 
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Diversionary BOB. I'm in!

Yes, in lieu of the "row boat attachable" Evinrude.

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he had a warrant for a domestic. I believe he beat up his GF at a club in Worcester or something. That is why they were looking for him.

Hmm.

Charges were not immediately available. The woman who was involved in the initial domestic incident in Worcester did not report any injuries, police said.

How do you beat someone up without any injuries to them?
 
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If I read his rap sheet properly, some TA employees actually had him standing their shifts while they took the day off.

If NYC had a brain, they'd put him in a customer service booth at penn station and leave him alone. He knows the system better than anyone and he would like his job. But the libs in NYC "care"
 

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There has got to be more to this. One PD calls a other to arrest a guy over a "domestic". They show up to the guys house and he had left just minutes before prepped and ready. He bails out in the woods used a stolen row boat and is picked up by a friend. They get more gear and bug out in a state forest. Then for some reason the woman involved in the "domestic" (who they make note is uninjured) is stopped by police when she was suppose to be picking them up and they are then arrested without incident? This reeks.
The woman picking them up was not the woman involved in the domestic.
 
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more info here...

Suspect Arrested In Waite/Main Street Incident

On Saturday (11/28/15) morning at approximately 12:30 AM the Leicester Police Department received a request from the Worcester Police Department to effect the arrest of a local resident for a criminal act he had committed a short while earlier in the City of Worcester. This is a routine request that frequently takes place between law enforcement agencies. Officers from the Leicester Police Department went to 710 Main Street (2nd floor), Leicester, MA and attempted to locate and arrest Dean J. Largesse (age 32). Upon arrival the officer spoke with a roommate of Mr. Largesse who stated he had just left approximately 5 minutes prior to the police arriving. The officers also received information that a possible gunshot had just been fired at or near the address. The officer noted that the vehicles that Mr. Largesse had access to, including one that had allegedly been taken without authority during the Worcester incident, were still both present at the address. The LPD officers at 710 Main Street then checked the yard for Mr. Largesse and located a loaded AR-15 rifle with the safety off and a backpack. The AR-15 had what appeared to be blood on it. The officers could also hear a person fleeing through the woods.

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Information developed during the investigation led police to a potential location in northern Worcester County. At this point State Police assigned to the Violent Fugitive Apprehension Unit (VFAS) responded to a location in the Town of Royalston and the LPD continued to work on the case locally. At approximately 10 PM the MSP notified the LPD they had Mr. Largesse in custody. Two additional firearms were seized and he was wearing a bullet proof vest at the time of his arrest. He was taken into custody without incident. Sgt. Paul Doray and Detective Timothy Fontaine from the LPD responded to the Athol State Police Barracks and took custody of Mr. Largesse. He is currently being held at the Leicester Police Department. He faces the following charges in Leicester:

1. Carrying a firearm without a license;
2. Discharging a firearm within 500 feet of building;
3. Improperly storing a firearm;
4. Unlawful possession of ammunition;

https://www.facebook.com/LeicesterPolice/posts/1046688088707623

Typical comments are typical...

https://www.facebook.com/LeicesterPolice/

I'm reasonably certain the snail mags are post-ban...

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