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"That gun is now part of a criminal element,” said Sgt. Brimm. “It can be used for crime, break-ins or worse."Or, we could really hold people accountable and charge them as accessories when their guns are used in crimes. Idiots.
It's what Brimm referred to as a triangle of crime. To help combat the crimes LMPD's 7th Division will participate in an exclusive program during the month of April called Operation Be Vigilant.
Block watch captains are part of this effort and they aren't taking the responsibility lightly.
"We're asking block watch captains and home owners associations to be accountable for their firearms to put them in a place where they cannot be found,” he said.