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NY: Rapist facing charges after being found with a loaded hunting rifle during a traffic stop

December 8, 2013

From WIBX950.com

A convicted felon is facing charges after being found with a loaded hunting rifle during a traffic stop.
45-Year old Terry Warney of Cold Brook, was stopped by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Police on Burt Road in Norway on Saturday, December 7, 2013.
Warney is said to have admitted to police that he had taken a deer in the Herkimer County town of Litchfield earlier in the hunting season with a gun that he was not allowed to have.
He was subsequently arrested and charged with criminal possession of a weapon, having a loaded weapon in a vehicle, and illegally taking a deer.
Warney was previously convicted on December 10, 2007 for rape in the second degree involving a thirteen year-old girl.  No weapon was used in the commission of that crime.  He was released from prison after serving his sentence and is a level-two registered sex offender.

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