Rifle removed from Bryan Sniffen via red flag law Prince William County gun Ashland

One of the guns removed from a resident of the Ashland subdivision in January 2021 after he allegedly assaulted a woman and threatened to kill police officers during a standoff outside a residence there, according to court records. Firearms were removed from local residents via emergency substantial risk orders four times in 2022, court records show.

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