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Bump stocks, guns, ammo seized from prohibited owners in Southern California

Bump stocks, guns, ammo seized from prohibited owners in Southern California

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Firearms, ammunition and illegal “bump stocks” have been seized over the past 10 days in San Diego, Norwalk, Riverside and from suspected prohibited gun owners, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Tuesday.

“In California, we are consistently taking action to fight crime and protect our families by removing illegal guns from our neighborhoods,” Becerra told reporters in downtown Los Angeles.

Upon his Feb. 28 arrest, California Department of Justice agents searched his home and seized one handgun, one shotgun, three assault weapons and 6,500 rounds of ammunition, according to the AG’s office.

— James Norman, of San Diego, who was prohibited from owning firearms and ammunition due to a conviction for rape.

When agents contacted Norman on March 5, they seized two rifles, one handgun, one “bump stock” and 731 rounds of ammunition, according to the AG’s office.

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