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    Girl finds loaded gun in Police Chiefs Sold Car

    11-Year-Old Girl Finds Loaded Gun In Used Car
    Family Wants Former Police Chief Disciplined

    ELYRIA, Ohio -- An 11-year-old girl found a loaded gun in a used car, and her family wants disciplinary action taken against the former police chief who owns it, reported NewsChannel5.

    Houssain Mishkin, of Grafton, said his daughter, Layla, found a loaded .38-caliber revolver in a 1998 Toyota Camry he purchased two weeks ago.

    The car was bought at Twining Auto Sales, and was formerly owned by former Oberlin Police Chief Robert Jones, who worked for the department for 30 years.

    According to an Elyria police report, Jones lost track of the gun and it was left in the back pouch of the car's seat when he sold it.

    Four months later, Mishkin purchased the car, and his daughter pulled the gun out of the pouch while the family was on the road.

    Mishkin is upset no disciplinary action was taken against Jones, who is now head of security at Oberlin College.

    "As a family man, as a businessman, I think he's really irresponsible," said Mishkin.

    Story fron News Net 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casshew
    11-Year-Old Girl Finds Loaded Gun In Used Car
    Family Wants Former Police Chief Disciplined

    ELYRIA, Ohio -- An 11-year-old girl found a loaded gun in a used car, and her family wants disciplinary action taken against the former police chief who owns it, reported NewsChannel5.

    Houssain Mishkin, of Grafton, said his daughter, Layla, found a loaded .38-caliber revolver in a 1998 Toyota Camry he purchased two weeks ago.

    The car was bought at Twining Auto Sales, and was formerly owned by former Oberlin Police Chief Robert Jones, who worked for the department for 30 years.

    According to an Elyria police report, Jones lost track of the gun and it was left in the back pouch of the car's seat when he sold it.

    Four months later, Mishkin purchased the car, and his daughter pulled the gun out of the pouch while the family was on the road.

    Mishkin is upset no disciplinary action was taken against Jones, who is now head of security at Oberlin College.

    "As a family man, as a businessman, I think he's really irresponsible," said Mishkin.

    Story fron News Net 5
    wow this is where I live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpharee
    wow this is where I live.
    Well next time you buy a vehicle... better check the back seat