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Woman jailed for turning in husband’s guns

Woman jailed for turning in husband’s guns

The Florida State Attorney’s Office is being urged not to prosecute a woman who was arrested for turning in her husband’s guns to police while he was in jail on domestic violence charges. Courtney Irby spent six days in jail on charges of armed burglary and grand theft after she retrieved the assault rifle and handgun from her husband’s apartment and gave them to the police.

IIZard 1 year

He's only charged. How the fuck can she give his property to the police until he's tried? It's clearly not evidence in the DV case.

Hank 1 year

throw her in jail and let her rot

Based Haole
Based Haole 1 year

theft go directly to jail do not collect vagina pass do not collect 200 dollars

ReJewTech JewSA
ReJewTech JewSA 1 year

Look at these bs headlines from the NYT and other papers, this isn't even a new precedent. She broke into someone's house and stole his property, we're supposed to let her off because she's a woman? Now THAT would be a scary precedent.

Mister Manager
Mister Manager 1 year

"After she retrieved the assault rifle.." "And what, exactly, is an assault rifle again?" " must really hate women!"

ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

Police: Turning in his guns? Sure I'll take em to be destroyed. State Attorney: Wait. Thats illegal

Shane Olson
Shane Olson 1 year

Well theft is certainly wrong but an innocent person shouldn’t lose their guns. If he is tried and found to be guilty then his weapons should be taken but not before.

Samaritan 1 year

I gotta be honest, if I was in her position and my husband had just been jailed for domestic violence, I would probably not want him coming back to weapons in the home. To be honest I would probably leave and take his guns with me though...

CommanderVaasDC 1 year

as much as I understand why she did what she did and that he doesnt deserve to have weapons if hes guilty... it's also not her property.

NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr
NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr 1 year

He should press fill charges... not sure if it settles the cost of the guns if not should sue her for them and take the opportunity to stack a divorce citing trust issues and theft of personal property as the reason.

NPC 33331
NPC 33331 1 year

She is super ugly

AY-MO 1 year

How is this armed burglary, I didn't see anywhere, where it presents facts that she entered the apt armed with a deadly weapon. Does stealing a deadly weapon now make it armed burglary, I'm not enough of an armchair lawyer to say one way or the other. She should be charged but be given a slap on the wrist.

Paul Saxon
Paul Saxon 1 year

That was the same picture for the lady who ran over her son.

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