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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:14 PM #11
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The article says he "brandished" the gun, but then later says he never pulled the weapon. It was in a holster. Not sure if this will fit under the brandishing principle. Also, if he never left his property, and did not pull the weapon, I don't know what the crime would be, though I have no doubt that the Balto. States Attorney will find something.
This isn't a he said/she said incident

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The incident that was witnessed by plainclothes Baltimore Police officers who were already in the area on other business.
throw his a$$ in jail, like any other thug!
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:18 PM #12
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Are all applications in MD public? Can they be had by using a freedom of information request?
Not necessarily.

I have a couple of records I've been sitting on because they don't do us any good.

The MSP denies that some people have permits though I have a strong suspicion that they do.

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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:27 PM #13
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As for his lapsed permit, he said: "I was never notified. I think there's an obligation on the part of the state police to notify" permit owners.

yah, ok....good luck with that!
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:28 PM #14
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Not necessarily.

I have a couple of records I've been sitting on because they don't do us any good.

The MSP denies that some people have permits though I have a strong suspicion that they do.

Stay tuned for more fun and games in this area.
You sir, are the man. Can you share any tidbits, for example the reason the permits were issued?
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:38 PM #15
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You sir, are the man. Can you share any tidbits, for example the reason the permits were issued?
I'll let his application speak for itself. It will take me a while to scan it as it is many pages long. I may truncate it and just scan the juicy parts.

I won't release the other application as it's one of our friends and I see no use in having his materials out there.
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 02:40 PM #16
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Regardless of the exact circumstances of the incident, I think this much is clear:

When you get your permit, the documentation actually makes it EXPLICITLY CLEAR it's your job to remember to renew!

Posted by: Sebastian | November 22, 2011 1:42 PM

And NO, it isn't the responsibility of the State Police to inform a permit holder that ones' permit is about to expire. But then, that's is a Liberals' view of the world, i.e. it's someone else's fault or responsiblity.
This is directly from the handgun application.


RENEWAL INSTRUCTIONS
PAYMENT: The check/money order must be made payable to: Maryland State Police.

Renewals are the responsibility of the applicant, regardless of the type of renewal (handgun permit, security guard, private detective, security systems agency licenses, special police, bulletproof body armor, etc…)

NOTE: Applications not submitted prior to its expiration date, may be subjected to the assessment of late fees.
LATE FEES: $5.00 per day for a maximum of 30 days up to a total of $150.00. If an application is submitted more than six months beyond its expiration date, the applicant is required to pay the original application fee plus the maximum $150.00 late fee.
1) HANDGUN PERMIT RENEWAL: Note: The expiration date is on the face of the permit and the holder must APPLY AT LEAST 90 DAYS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION DATE. RENEWAL APPLICATIONS MUST CONTAIN CURRENT DOCUMENTATION AS WAS REQUIRED WITH THE ORIGINAL APPLICATION .



Mr Conaway exhibited a lapse in judgement and possibly criminal behavior but will likely use the 'Currie Defense'. He should be at the very least publicly chastised and held accountable for his lack of responsibility in properly maintaining a Maryland Carry Permit and dealt with accordingly. Let the Baltimore politicians do with him as they may, but law enforcement should hold him accountable as any other citizen should be.



BTW, to what extent what Ed Hale held accountable for taking his handgun to BWI earlier this year?
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I'll let his application speak for itself. It will take me a while to scan it as it is many pages long. I may truncate it and just scan the juicy parts.

I won't release the other application as it's one of our friends and I see no use in having his materials out there.
Oh this is going to be good.
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Here it one place it may pay to contact about Mr Conaway, I've already sent a copy of my post....
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Sorry, that previous post may not work, but try this link: steve.earley@baltsun.com.
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throw his a$$ in jail, like any other thug!
You mean put him on Probation like every other thug?
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