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CLEVELAND — New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore was arrested in Cleveland Thursday night, according to policeA police spokesperson said officers found a stolen handgun on Lattimore during a traffic stop.The traffic stop occurred around 10:30 p.m. in the Glenville area of Cleveland.According to police, officers saw that Lattimore had a loaded Glock 19 handgun in the vehicle with him. That gun was later identified as one stolen from Euclid, Ohio.He was arrested for failure to notify and receiving stolen property.Two other passengers in the car, Kenyon Moon and Maurice Walton, were arrested for having weapons under disability, meaning they are not legally allowed to have a gun.The driver, Carl Willis, was arrested for improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle.Lattimore was arrested and booked into the Cuyahoga County Jail.Lattimore, who has no criminal record and was not formally charged, is “fully cooperating” with police, his lawyer said in a statement.“We believe that this was a misunderstanding and that this will become even clearer as new information becomes available and is shared with the authorities,” attorney Marcus Sidoti said.Lattimore was born in Cleveland and played college football at Ohio State. He was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in 2017.

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By Doug Leier  The 2020 North Dakota deer season opens Nov. 6 at 12 noon Central time and runs through Sunday Nov. 22. Legal shooting hours after opening day are a half-hour before sunrise to a half-hour after sunset each day.  Here’s a few of the more common questions that seem to come up each...

July 21, 2020 — Back in 1884, some pistol-packing cowboys showed up at the depot at Devils Lake. The news was quickly carried to Sheriff Ever …

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By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept.   The 2019 North Dakota deer season opens Friday Nov. 8 and 12 noon Central time, and runs through Sunday Nov. 24. Legal shooting hours after opening day are 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset each day.   Here’s a few of the more common questions that...