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Navy workers member arrested on gun cost at White Home

A army aide was arrested at a White Home safety gate on Thursday after the U.S. Secret Service reported discovering a loaded firearm in a bag throughout a safety test, based on an company spokesman and an affidavit filed in D.C. Superior Courtroom.

Patrick James Tansey, 54, who has an handle listed in Virginia, was charged with carrying a pistol and not using a license and possession of an unregistered firearm and ammunition. The affidavit says the Smith & Wesson gun was not registered in D.C.

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