Gia Arnold case update

Gia M. Arnold, the former State Senate candidate who ran on a pro-Second Amendment platform and was arrested for not using a turn signal, possession of an assault rifle, a high capacity magazine, public obstruction, an air soft pistol (originally charged as a handgun), an air soft face mask, and a knife, later charged with second degree obstructing governmental administration and second and third degree criminal possession of a weapon was sentenced to five years’ probation Friday after pleading to possession of an illegal assault rifle.

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