How not to cache weapons

A number of weapons, including two guns in a violin case, have been found stashed along the Potomac River in Washington D.C.
U.S. Park Police said a woman walking in the woods near the C&O Canal, which runs along the river, found the case on Wednesday.
When police arrived they found more guns and ammunition stashed in pails and garbage bags nearby.
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10 Responses to How not to cache weapons

  1. danielkday says:

    Does the law of the sea regarding found items apply within a short distance of a canal?
    Sounds good to me.

  2. Rowland says:

    I’ve been trying to find more info on this, but it’s been very quiet. One picture of the case at various magnification. I’m guessing it’s mob related, someone cleaning out an old stash house or something. Considering the DC climate for gun ownership, it’s something strange to just find them out on a trail. First article I saw on this, the woman said she found them on the barricade like that; dead drop? Strange and curious all the way around.

  3. ed357 says:

    20 blocks from the Capital steps…..

    straight down Pennsylvania Ave…..

    TPTB…best stay vigilant.

  4. Dan says:

    This close to the upcoming inauguration……Not a believer in coincidence, some leftist nut job or a camelfucker planning to throw a monkey wrench into the ceremony.

  5. Cadre says:

    Sounds less like a cache and more like a drop for immediate use.

  6. Heathen says:

    “Neighborhood guns” for Da Boyz in da hood.

  7. Jesse Bogan says:

    Not in that neighborhood. Straight up upper class white bread.

    • Heathen says:

      I’ll take your word for that, I’ve been to DC area *once*. That was enough for a lifetime.

  8. partyzantski says:

    I posted this to WRSA via Gab. Good catch on this…

  9. mathman54 says:

    So, after 30 days, if no one claims them, does the lady who found them get to keep them?

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