Reporter and detective gush over fictional ammo
Watch the video, it has a few choice comments not in the print story below. The whole story is sensationalistic.
Golden Tiger ammunition (a brief search of the internet finds only 7.62 x 39 124 grain, no handgun ammo). Detective:"These are armor piercing bullets, these are designed to penetrate ballistic vests, basically to execute police officers."
Four HANDGUNS shown but no evil black rifles.
Suspect had handgun in underwear waistband. That's some good underwear!
If you'd like to educate the reporter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Police say seven were nabbed in drug ring arrests
Associated Press - December 8, 2007 7:25 PM ET
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) - A Norfolk State University football player was among seven people arrested when police said they broke up a drug ring in Virginia Beach.
Police say the ring was operating out of a home.
They say items seized included 326 grams of powder cocaine, four pounds of marijuana, four handguns, about $7,600 and bullets designed to penetrate body armour.
Among those arrested was Naron Sanderlin, a wide receiver at Norfolk State.
Police say their investigation began in July when they received a tip that a drug dealer was living in the house. Over time, they said they set up a sting and purchased cocaine from Naquan L. Johnson, 19, and he was arrested Dec. 1.
Sanderlin was arrested at the home the next day along with Jovan Sanderlin, 26; Antonio Clark, 23; James Guy, 22; Earl Woodhouse III, 24; and Lakendra Mitchell, 22