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My guns are not locked up in any manner. I do have an ex girlfriend that has threatened to call the ATF on him since they has a disagreement. His probation is unsupervised.
He is not on a felony or violent misdemeanor though Maryland laws are very tough. Some say he can not be near firearms while others say he can. Just want to avoid and ATF breakin. The roommate did have to do 3 days in jail for driving on a revoked license. Prior to that he was on probation for a drug conviction.
He is not a convicted felon. I am an avid second amendment rights advocated and would never lock up my firearms. Rooms are different though nothing inside house is locked. My main concern is the ex has called authorities on local and federal level. I am hoping unsupervised gives him the right to be in same house as guns.
should I contact law enforcement to protect myself with this situation. I have a clean criminal record and live in a school zone.
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