Nordstrom shooting gun owner charged

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A Skokie woman who owned the gun used in the fatal Nordstrom shooting is charged with disorderly conduct.

23-year old Nina Dones falsely reported in September, that the handgun was stolen from her apartment.

Police say it was that gun Marcus Dee used on black Friday to shoot his ex-girlfriend, and then himself in the Michigan Avenue Nordstrom.

Investigators traced the gun to Dones through its purchase at GAT guns in suburban East Dundee last year.

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  • Zebra Stripes

    “Disorderly Conduct” for illegally selling a firearm used in a murder? No wonder so many gun nuts sell their weapons on the black market for a profit. I’m sure the NRA is proud of this “law-abiding citizen”.

    • jr23

      she is not a honest legal gun owner she broke two laws furnishing a weapon illegally and filing a false police report, if the article is correct its only an allegation if convicted she should do time


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