Newcastle man gets 12 years jail for illegal guns deal.
A 24-year-old Newcastle man was caught wit오바마카지노h six guns on him when he and a woman met in Newcastle in October 2014.
A firearms crime offence under the Firearms Act has been committed against him.
The Newcastle Magistrates Court heard that the woman had met Mr Parnell at the corner of Mardele Road and The Parnell Arms shortly after 7.30pm that night and that they had spoken in passing about their interests in gun buying.
At 8.24pm she asked him what he had in his pocket.
Mr Parnell replied: «Not much, just some knuckledusters, a.22 pistol and a long rifle».
She said she샌즈 카지노 did not have any guns and was trying to sell them to someone.
He told her to put down the money and leave but she continued talking and he left with the gun on her back, he claimed.
Mr Parnell claimed his friend was on his way to meet another woman and to her home.
«He got in a car and went to meet her home but had his back to her, said he wasn’t going,» the court heard.
Mr Parnell told police he went to her home while armed and the vehicle had a rear view mirror.
The witness claims Mr Parnell then put his hand into a woman’s clothing, which she subsequently le김천출장샵ft on Mr Parnell’s property.
When confronted, Mr Parnell then said he did not want to be arrested and was only being concerned about his friend, who had been injured in a motorcycle accident four months earlier, but told police it was his intention to have the gun taken from him.
The Newcastle Magistrates Court heard the woman, who was also in court, did not respond to requests for comment.