Definition Of ‘firearm’ In I-594 Too Vague, Man Says – Central Kitsap Reporter

Robert Parker holds a nail gun while addressing the city council about I-594. - BKAT  Photo

“Obviously, I don’t think that was the intent with the initiative,” he said. Kitsap County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Wilson said he’s “heard that same rumbling” about the literal definition of “firearm” in I-594. Wilson said the sheriff’s office would take a common sense approach to the definition. Deputies would not stand outside hardware stores and do background checks on contractors purchasing nail guns, for example. “That’s not going to be the case,” Wilson said. “It’s just one of those situations where we’re going to wait for a more detailed definition that may come from the courts on this,” he said. Web pages for both the Washington Department of Licensing and the Washington State Office of the Attorney General both defer to local law enforcement and prosecutors on how to enforce firearms laws.
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And Dandy Walker Malformation which affects his brain. “So he’s missing a large portion of his brain, said Britny Leonard, Joseph’s Aunt. Baby Joseph is hooked up to a heart monitoring and feeding machine. Kennedy says her son will need at least 10 surgeries. Regina Raburn is the owner of Blonde Inc.
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