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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 8/13/2005 9:50:58 AM EDT
http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/news/111-08132005-527247.html

If someone could post the article I'd appreciate it, as I can't read it because the page won't load.

Ben
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 9:53:56 AM EDT

Rescue divers recovered an assault rifle, a .22 caliber rifle and four handguns from Silver Lake Park in Bristol Friday afternoon.

Bristol Police said Jared Aichele, 23, lead them to the spot where he dumped the stolen guns after burglarizing another resident on the 600 block of Fourth Avenue Wednesday.

Police said shortly before 7 a.m. Wednesday a resident reported four sheds of his were broken into and several guns, musical instruments and power tools were taken.

After a traffic stop early Friday morning, police found several of the stolen items inside a car belonging to another resident of the 600 block of Fourth Avenue. Corporal Joseph Moors and Officer Samuel Anderson later interviewed Aichele he admitted taking the items, according to police.

Aichele lead them to the banks of the lake behind Route 13 Friday afternoon and police requested divers from the American Hook and Ladder and Lower Southampton fire companies.

Firefighter Vince Reardon said he walked up to the water and spotted a bag about a foot past reeds. Diver Matt Haines pulled the bag of four handguns out of the water. Then Lower Southampton diver Randy Gallagher used a new underwater metal detector to locate the fifth gun, a SKS .762 mm assault rifle. Reardon said it was the first time the detector was used in the field. The Bucks County Technical Rescue Task Force recently bought the device with Homeland Security money, he said. It was tested moments before it was brought down for Friday's recovery. Within minutes, a third diver, Chris Hawraney found the .22 rifle.


Haines said the divers didn't have any problems finding the guns and the water was good.

Aichele was arraigned Friday night on charges of felony charges of burglary, theft and related offenses. He was sent to Bucks County prison on 10 percent of $75,000


Link Posted: 8/13/2005 9:57:27 AM EDT
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 9:59:37 AM EDT
why keep your guns in a shed?
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 10:01:36 AM EDT

Originally Posted By PsyWarrior:

Rescue divers recovered an assault rifle, a .22 caliber rifle and four handguns from Silver Lake Park in Bristol Friday afternoon.

Bristol Police said Jared Aichele, 23, lead them to the spot where he dumped the stolen guns after burglarizing another resident on the 600 block of Fourth Avenue Wednesday.

Police said shortly before 7 a.m. Wednesday a resident reported four sheds of his were broken into and several guns, musical instruments and power tools were taken.

After a traffic stop early Friday morning, police found several of the stolen items inside a car belonging to another resident of the 600 block of Fourth Avenue. Corporal Joseph Moors and Officer Samuel Anderson later interviewed Aichele he admitted taking the items, according to police.

Aichele lead them to the banks of the lake behind Route 13 Friday afternoon and police requested divers from the American Hook and Ladder and Lower Southampton fire companies.

Firefighter Vince Reardon said he walked up to the water and spotted a bag about a foot past reeds. Diver Matt Haines pulled the bag of four handguns out of the water. Then Lower Southampton diver Randy Gallagher used a new underwater metal detector to locate the fifth gun, a SKS .762 mm assault rifle. Reardon said it was the first time the detector was used in the field. The Bucks County Technical Rescue Task Force recently bought the device with Homeland Security money, he said. It was tested moments before it was brought down for Friday's recovery. Within minutes, a third diver, Chris Hawraney found the .22 rifle.


Haines said the divers didn't have any problems finding the guns and the water was good.

Aichele was arraigned Friday night on charges of felony charges of burglary, theft and related offenses. He was sent to Bucks County prison on 10 percent of $75,000




All this time I never knew that an SKS was an "assault rifle"!
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 10:02:27 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Anteverius:
why keep your guns in a shed?


Maybe it was his home.

Sounds like a good way to get them stolen though.
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 10:04:44 AM EDT
The water was good?
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 10:06:16 AM EDT
Gee, I thought I lost those.
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 10:11:14 AM EDT

Originally Posted By MachinegunManiac:

Originally Posted By PsyWarrior:

Rescue divers recovered an assault rifle, a .22 caliber rifle and four handguns from Silver Lake Park in Bristol Friday afternoon.

Bristol Police said Jared Aichele, 23, lead them to the spot where he dumped the stolen guns after burglarizing another resident on the 600 block of Fourth Avenue Wednesday.

Police said shortly before 7 a.m. Wednesday a resident reported four sheds of his were broken into and several guns, musical instruments and power tools were taken.

After a traffic stop early Friday morning, police found several of the stolen items inside a car belonging to another resident of the 600 block of Fourth Avenue. Corporal Joseph Moors and Officer Samuel Anderson later interviewed Aichele he admitted taking the items, according to police.

Aichele lead them to the banks of the lake behind Route 13 Friday afternoon and police requested divers from the American Hook and Ladder and Lower Southampton fire companies.

Firefighter Vince Reardon said he walked up to the water and spotted a bag about a foot past reeds. Diver Matt Haines pulled the bag of four handguns out of the water. Then Lower Southampton diver Randy Gallagher used a new underwater metal detector to locate the fifth gun, a SKS .762 mm assault rifle. Reardon said it was the first time the detector was used in the field. The Bucks County Technical Rescue Task Force recently bought the device with Homeland Security money, he said. It was tested moments before it was brought down for Friday's recovery. Within minutes, a third diver, Chris Hawraney found the .22 rifle.


Haines said the divers didn't have any problems finding the guns and the water was good.

Aichele was arraigned Friday night on charges of felony charges of burglary, theft and related offenses. He was sent to Bucks County prison on 10 percent of $75,000




All this time I never knew that an SKS was an "assault rifle"!



A POINT 762 one no less. Not 7.62!!!
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 10:15:38 AM EDT
SKS chambered in .762? Does it shoot grains of sand?
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 10:17:56 AM EDT

Originally Posted By SubnetMask:
SKS chambered in .762? Does it shoot grains of sand?


I guess now that it's wet, the sand sticks into the microscopic bore. How would you clean such a small bore?
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 6:44:49 PM EDT

Originally Posted By MachinegunManiac:

Originally Posted By SubnetMask:
SKS chambered in .762? Does it shoot grains of sand?


I guess now that it's wet, the sand sticks into the microscopic bore. How would you clean such a small bore?



Tooth pick!

Link Posted: 8/13/2005 6:50:11 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/13/2005 6:52:58 PM EDT by Searcherfortruth]

Originally Posted By PsyWarrior:

Rescue divers recovered an assault rifle, a .22 caliber rifle and four handguns from Silver Lake Park in Bristol Friday afternoon.

Bristol Police said Jared Aichele, 23, lead them to the spot where he dumped the stolen guns after burglarizing another resident on the 600 block of Fourth Avenue Wednesday.

Police said shortly before 7 a.m. Wednesday a resident reported four sheds of his were broken into and several guns, musical instruments and power tools were taken.

After a traffic stop early Friday morning, police found several of the stolen items inside a car belonging to another resident of the 600 block of Fourth Avenue. Corporal Joseph Moors and Officer Samuel Anderson later interviewed Aichele he admitted taking the items, according to police.

Aichele lead them to the banks of the lake behind Route 13 Friday afternoon and police requested divers from the American Hook and Ladder and Lower Southampton fire companies.

Firefighter Vince Reardon said he walked up to the water and spotted a bag about a foot past reeds. Diver Matt Haines pulled the bag of four handguns out of the water. Then Lower Southampton diver Randy Gallagher used a new underwater metal detector to locate the fifth gun, a SKS .762 mm assault rifle. Reardon said it was the first time the detector was used in the field. The Bucks County Technical Rescue Task Force recently bought the device with Homeland Security money, he said. It was tested moments before it was brought down for Friday's recovery. Within minutes, a third diver, Chris Hawraney found the .22 rifle.


Haines said the divers didn't have any problems finding the guns and the water was good.

Aichele was arraigned Friday night on charges of felony charges of burglary, theft and related offenses. He was sent to Bucks County prison on 10 percent of $75,000





I'm a Bail Bondsman, & WTH does this mean???

County prison, 10 % of his 75K
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 6:51:55 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/13/2005 6:53:17 PM EDT by C-4]

Originally Posted By SubnetMask:
SKS chambered in .762? Does it shoot grains of sand?



Dude, you could fit at least two grains of sand into a .762mm bore.

ETA: Why the hell would you steal several guns and dump them? Even if he intended to go back for them can't he think of a better place to store them??
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 7:17:08 PM EDT
I see the gun-grabbers seizing on this opportunity somehow...

Homeland Security funds for the metal detector, first find is an assault rifle...
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 7:41:52 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/13/2005 7:42:14 PM EDT by ZW17]

WTF would a fire department need with a underwater metal detector?
Link Posted: 8/14/2005 11:16:23 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ZW17:
WTF would a fire department need with a underwater metal detector?



A lot of fire dept dive teams do evidence recovery for the PD. Not a lot of good reasons to finance TWO separate dive teams in the same municipality.

As for the shed comment, folks leave guns everywhere. Pickup beds, back porches, garage cabinets, I can point to one lady that leaves a pistol under the chair cushions on her front porch.
Link Posted: 8/14/2005 11:22:06 AM EDT

Originally Posted By MachinegunManiac:

Originally Posted By SubnetMask:
SKS chambered in .762? Does it shoot grains of sand?


I guess now that it's wet, the sand sticks into the microscopic bore. How would you clean such a small bore?



Have John Kerry put his di*k in it
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