On Monday, May 1, Senate Bill 719 is scheduled for a Senate floor vote. Based on a California law enacted in 2014, SB 719A would create a so-called “Extreme Risk Protection Order” (ERPO) that could be obtained by a law enforcement officer, family member, or household member in an ex parte hearing to deprive someone of their Second Amendment rights without due process of the law. Please contact your state Senator and urge them to OPPOSE this bill!
Tuesday, April 25, was the chamber of origin deadline, which means bills had to pass out of their chamber of origin in order to continue through the legislative process. Below is an update on the pro- and anti-gun bills that are still moving through the Nevada Legislature.
A Dunnellon man this week kicked open the back door of a woman’s home, returned hours later to apologize but was then detained at gunpoint by neighbors, according to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. When a deputy arrived in the 18800 block of Southwest 31st Street in Ocala early Tuesday morning, three people were holding Anthony Talley at gunpoint. In the patrol cruiser on the way to jail, Talley told a deputy, “I had a really bad night last night,” according to a Sheriff’s Office report.
A homeowner told investigators Wednesday that he shot a man who had broken into his Little River home, according to police. The fatal shooting happened just after noon Wednesday in the 7000 block of Northwest Fifth Place. Christopher Bess, a Miami police spokesman, said the man told police his home was being burglarized so he opened fire. The possible burglar was fatally wounded, police said. A woman who identified herself as living with the homeowner told WSVN7 that he was inside the home with his 3-year-old son, who alerted him to the burglar.
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