Man Arrested With AR-15s And A Note,’I Want To Die In Combat, So I Can Go To Heaven And Meet God’
A good guy with guns (I’m getting them confused with the bad guys with guns) was arrested in New York on Wednesday after police found several AR-15 rifles, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and a possible suicide note which read “I want to die in combat, so I can go to heaven and meet God,” in the Pennsylvania man’s car.
46-year-old Victor Greer of Reading, Pa., was pulled over about 1:15 a.m. while driving the wrong way down a one-way street, according to the Daily News.
The note also mentioned his cats, his parents and his favorite movies,. Hey, at least he likes cats.
A search of the car yielded a partially loaded 25-round capacity .22 caliber magazine, as well as several more rounds of .22 caliber ammunition, including a full box of 50 rounds.
New York State gun laws prohibit any magazine carrying more than seven rounds of ammunition.
The officers arrested Greer and brought him and the car to the 6th Precinct, where the NYPD’s Bomb Squad searched the trunk and found two unloaded assault rifles, an AR-15 Colt M4 and a .45 caliber Hi Point Model 4595. They also discovered a loaded 12-gauge shotgun, an unloaded black 9-millimeter semi-automatic handgun, a bottle rocket, boxes with more than 400 rounds of ammunition, and drug paraphernalia.
Greer was charged with four counts of criminal possession of a weapon, two counts of criminal possession of assault rifles, four counts of criminal possession of ammunition clips, four counts of criminal possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of marijuana. The latter of which totally harshes my mellow, man.