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1. This is a "personal" gun of the deputy. Not his duty weapon.
2. Where in this article does it indicate that it wasn't secured? You do realize that "secured" guns get stolen too right?
3. What is your idea of "secured" anyway? Is a locked car or box secured?

People like you are always looking for a way to blame the cops. This article is about a bad guy going to jail... stop trying to turn it around.

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