Travis Coy Rayborn, 76, has been fined $5,000 and sentenced to prison for 21 months. He pleaded guilty to making false statements on an application to buy a gun, ignoring that his mental-health commitment prohibits him from owning or buying a gun.
Travis Coy Rayborn, 76, has been fined $5,000 and sentenced to prison for 21 months. He pleaded guilty to making false statements on an application to buy a gun, ignoring that his mental-health commitment prohibits him from owning or buying a gun.
Travis Coy Rayborn, 76, has been fined $5,000 and sentenced to prison for 21 months. He pleaded guilty to making false statements on an application to buy a gun, ignoring that his mental-health commitment prohibits him from owning or buying a gun.

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