Ammo dealer who supplied Las Vegas shooter gets more time to dispose of his gun cache
CLOSE Arizona Republic reporter Dennis Wagner talks about the charge against Douglas Haig, a Mesa man who sold ammunition to Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock. Thomas Hawthorne/azcentral.com
The Arizona ammunition dealer who supplied the Las Vegas shooter with armor-piercing bullets was given more time to get rid of his firearms and ammunition.
A condition of Douglas Haig's release from custody last week was that he not "possess or attempt to acquire any firearm, destructive device, or other dangerous weapon or ammunition."
U.S. District Court Judge Michelle Burns ordered... read more
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