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Stolen handgun and more seized by Murfreesboro Police in traffic stop of Chattanooga man
Stolen handgun and more seized by Murfreesboro Police in traffic stop of Chattanooga man

A handgun that was stolen from Signal Mountain, Tennessee was recovered during a traffic stop in Murfreesboro on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.

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Stolen dirt bike and stolen handgun recovered from inside of Murfreesboro home
Stolen dirt bike and stolen handgun recovered from inside of Murfreesboro home

Murfreesboro Police headed to a home on Fowler Street in recent days where they conducted a "Knock and Talk" with a resident. Evidently, police wanted to speak to 19-year-old Ladayshi D. Gates about stolen property.

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Murfreesboro man leaves Glock handgun in unlocked car - Stolen
Murfreesboro man leaves Glock handgun in unlocked car - Stolen

Leaving a car unlocked is not a smart idea, but leaving a gun in the car while it is unlocked could be considered negligent or even reckless in some cases.

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A Gun and Lot's of Ammunition stolen in home burglary
A Gun and Lot's of Ammunition stolen in home burglary

Morphine, 33 knives, a handgun, multiple boxes of ammunition and more was stolen from a home on North Spring Street Tuesday.

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Handgun stolen last year - Handgun recovered this month in Murfreesboro
Handgun stolen last year - Handgun recovered this month in Murfreesboro

When police arrived on the scene, they quickly ran the serial number on the .45 caliber handgun. It was discovered to have been stolen in a burglary that was reported late last year.

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Man convicted of Aggravated Burglary in Madison County arrested in the 'Boro

A man who was convicted of Aggravated Burglary in Madison County, Tennessee in 2010 has been arrested in Murfreesboro.

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M4 Carbine Rifle Stolen from TN Army National Guard Armory in Murfreesboro
M4 Carbine Rifle Stolen from TN Army National Guard Armory in Murfreesboro
Stealing a gun from the government is a bad idea… Regardless, it happened in Murfreesboro.
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