TMZ is reporting the arrest today of Patrick Disney Miller for gun possession Walt Disney's Grandson in Felonyland | TMZ.com
Last edited by ALIASd; 12-09-2009 at 08:41 PM.
I read this on LATimes.com. They quoted one charge as "possession of a handgun by a felon". I didn't know he'd been convicted of a prior felony.
I bet he's a non-violent felon. It stinks that some people who have felonies for non-violent offences can't carry guns.... Thats just a guess, he may have something violent on is record.
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I read this in today's Register. Why they were reporting on an LA minor issue is anyone's guess. Maybe because the suspect's name is Disney...
Originally Posted by Disneytwins I bet he's a non-violent felon. It stinks that some people who have felonies for non-violent offences can't carry guns.... Thats just a guess, he may have something violent on is record.
California state law prohibits possession of firearms by certain persons who were convicted of felonies or misdemeanors specified in State law;
are addicted to any narcotic drug;
are prohibited as a condition of probation;
are subject to restraining orders;
were adjudged wards of the juvenile court (until age 30);
or are mentally ill as defined in State law.
A firearm cannot be transferred to a minor (under 21 for handguns; under 18 for long guns) except in limited circumstances. Handgun owners must pass a safety course or show proof of exemption.
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The grandson of the late Walt Disney has pleaded not guilty to drug and gun charges in a Los Angeles court room.
Patrick Disney Miller was taken into custody on $550,000 bail after his arraignment Thursday on the 19 felony counts.
The 42-year-old Miller was arrested earlier this month after a search warrant was executed at his Woodland Hills home.
Authorities say police found 13 handguns, a rifle, an illegal assault rifle and various drugs. Miller is barred from owning guns or ammunition following a 2005 conviction on drug possession in Fresno.
Miller faces more than eight years in prison if convicted. Walt Disney's grandson pleads not guilty
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