Always have wondered how some Cherryville residents knew things and some didn't and wanted to be the first to tell what they heard or saw just like a child. The news stated that the federal and state officials were wrapping up. But then, it was my understanding that the Cherryville Police chief wasn't arrested in the beginning; he was taking retirement. If he had guns, we never saw them, but I assume you did; you must live near him to have seen guns. The warrant, wasn't an arrest warrant, it was to search; at least that is what my assumption was.
Wow. What is it you are trying to say? As far as the guns that were taken that was discovered from the helicopter news footage which shows the FBI agents taking them. I did not have to be a neighbor of Mr. Burgess to know that. And yes you are correct it was a search warrant not an arrest warrant.
And calling me a child? Because I make a comment? You must have not understood my meaning. I was disputing what the Ex Chief said about the incident being a wrapping up operation. There were no interviews with anyone else, besides the Ex Chief, that described it as a wrapping up operation. Again I heard those comments on TV news footage. I did not have to be his neighbor to hear them. My point is that the FBI is not in the habit of serving search warrants to "wrap up" investigations.
And while I am at it let me say that the Ex Chief must have had a lot of disposable income to invest in a 1970 or 1969 corvette in such beautiful condition sitting in his driveway. I also very much admire his pool and pool house. and by the way did I see another classic car just inside his garage? Again my observations were made by watching video news reports. I have never even been on the Ex chiefs street let alone being a close neighbor.
And as to the assumption that you made I refer you to the first 3 letters of the word assumption.