I know that looks like a typo, but it’s not. Thanks to Fits for the link, here’s the entire (very short) story from the local New Mexico station:
ALBUQUERQUE—A University of New Mexico student has been arrested on charges of unlawfully carrying guns on campus.UNM Police Chief Kathy Guimond says Kevin Boyar, 19, was arrested Tuesday.
No guns were recovered from Boyar’s dormitory room, but Guimond says officers found evidence that weapons had been in the room.
Guimond tells the Daily Lobo that police found guns and ammunition at Boyar’s parents’ home in Albuquerque.
The weapons included an assault rifle, a 12-gauge shotgun, a 22-caliber rifle and an action rifle.
Guimond says Boyar was arrested on camps without incident.
She says additional charges could be filed.
Aside from where it says “action rifle”, I’m sort of confused as to why they arrested him. They found “evidence” that the guns had been in his dorm room? What evidence? A shell casing? A pistol rug? I have a hard time believing that they could conclusively prove that he had the guns in his dorm room, especially since they then recovered the guns from his parent’s house.
Something about this arrest is rubbing me the wrong way – I can admit that if they have conclusive evidence that proves her broke a law, that’s one thing, but I have the strangest feeling that they’re arresting him without conclusive proof that he had the weapons in his room.