Officers said they seized about 20 guns and found drugs in the home. Police said some of the firearms were stolen.
Residents of the neighborhood called Channel 9 Friday afternoon, concerned about the incident.
"At night, I'm scared to be here by myself, to leave my doors unlocked,” one neighbor, who did not want to be identified, said. “I keep my blinds shut because there's so much going on."
Friday’s raid was part of a larger investigation into stolen property and drugs in the area. In the last month, police in China Grove and Landis have worked together after noticing an uptick in home break-ins in the area.
By all means let's hope the conventioneers come up with more and better ways to increase gun availability. Hopefully they can come up with even better ways to justify the improper storage of the ever-increasing number of firearms in the hands of lawful gun owners. These can be more easily stolen, and the cycle can continue.
The selective blindness of the gun rights advocates is only surpassed by the unbridled delight of the gun manufacturers and FFL dealers, all of whom are laughing all the way to the bank.
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