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Man arrested for pulling a gun in post-Sandy gas line

by American Firearms Review  |  published on November 5, 2012

More bad news from the hurricane clean-up in New York and New Jersey:

Police arrested a New York man for pulling a gun on another person while in line to buy gasoline — in short supply after the hurricane.

Officials said Sean Bailey, 35, of New York tried to cut in line at a gas station Thursday, pointing a handgun at another patron who complained, Fox News reported. Bailey was arrested on charges of menacing and criminal possession of a weapon.

To suppress incidents like this, New Jersey deployed state troopers to all highway gas stations. Governor Chris Christie also put a fuel rationing system into place.

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