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Monday, 21 January 2008

Tony T. Hill

Tony T. Hill of Bartlett was arrested for having an unregistered 9 mm fully automatic grease gun.
In addition to the fully automatic, Hill had a Colt .45 handgun which was stolen from a Hocking County home in April 2006.
Hill allegedly purchased the weapons from Martin Welch of Hocking County who officers said confessed to the burglary.
"We consider this as a dangerous ordinance. It is classified in the statutes as that because it is fully automatic. It's a weapon that all you have to do is pull the trigger once and it completely discharges all the ammunition inside of it," said Washington County Sheriff Larry Minks.
Hill is facing two felony charges. A third degree charge for the automatic weapon and a fourth degree charge for receiving stolen property.



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