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Alleged gun law violator in Moreau court

Man accused of weapon sale pleads not guilty

William G. Greene of Moreau talks to the media after appearing at Moreau Town Court in May. Greene was arrested for illegally selling a RGuns .223-5.56 caliber assualt style rifle with pistol grip through his Facebook account to an undercover police officer.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
William G. Greene of Moreau talks to the media after appearing at Moreau Town Court in May. Greene was arrested for illegally selling a RGuns .223-5.56 caliber assualt style rifle with pistol grip through his Facebook account to an undercover police officer.
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One of the first alleged violators of New York state’s new gun control legislation pleaded not guilty in Moreau Town Court on Thursday morning. William Greene, 51, of South Glens Falls, professed his innocence and a strong belief in the Second Amendment after leaving court, where he was officially arraigned on misdemeanor charges stemming from his alleged sale of an assault weapon to an undercover police officer on April 16. He was charged with the ...


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