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Witness: Ray Coxe sells guns off the books

A retired Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms employee on Friday told jurors in a civil lawsuit he believes Ray Coxe sells guns off the books. Joseph Vince, now the director of criminal justice programs for Mount St. Mary's University and the president of Gun Crime Solutions, testified there's no "honest explanation" for why so many guns have gone missing from Rayco Sales over the years.
Gun store owner: 'I don't sell guns illegally'

...straw (operation) and I'd be in Lemon Creek (Correctional Center). I don't sell guns illegally."Attorneys for the plaintiffs - who represent the family of the slain man, 26-year-old Simone Young Kim, and who brought the case against...
Jury finds Ray Coxe not responsible for murder

Local gun dealer Ray Coxe, accused of selling a firearm off the books to a fugitive, walked out of Juneau Superior Court Monday exonerated of any wrongdoing.
Instead of a gun sale, it's Bugs Bunny

Defense attorneys on Tuesday lugged out an old VHS player, monitor and video tapes and plopped them in front of the jury hearing a wrongful death lawsuit against a Juneau gun dealer.
Eight years later, gun shop trial to begin

...again, another trial date was scheduled for February of this year. That derailed on the eve of trial when attorneys for the plaintiffs found out that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms had revoked Coxe's federal firearms license on...
Jury deliberates after cop killer pleads the Fifth

The jury hearing the wrongful death civil lawsuit against the city of Hoonah began deliberations Friday after the city called its last witness: John Nick Marvin Jr., the man convicted of shooting and killing two Hoonah police officers in 2010.
Rayco lawsuit will head to trial

...last between six and 10 days, according to attorneys for the plaintiffs and defense.Coxe was named in a 2008 or lose your opportunity" in regards to attorneys for the plaintiffs inspecting the recorder.Choate said he also...
Jury picked in civil case over Hoonah officer deaths

Two years ago, John Nicholas Marvin Jr. was convicted for shooting and killing two Hoonah police officers in 2010. Now, a jury will decide whether the city of Hoonah is also liable for their deaths.
Gun shop trial re-scheduled for May

The trial against a Juneau gun shop owner accused of selling guns "off the books" has been rescheduled.
Judge rules in Native voting rights case

JUNEAU - A federal judge on Monday ordered the state to take additional steps to provide voting materials to Alaska Native voters with limited English for the upcoming election. U.S.


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