Cop Attempts to Sell Class 3 Weapon, Not Charged


When Doraville received the tip they contacted the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

“Because the weapon had not been delivered,” Callaway says, “it didn’t meet their threshold for a crime.”

Mann was dismissed from the Doraville police department.  He can appeal his firing.

Would a civilian like you or me not be charged if we tried to sell a Class 3 weapon without the proper paperwork? It is my opinion that there should be no such thing as a Class 3 weapon in the first place.

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