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Ok reading what u have told me I am not lying but the reason I was walking threw the alley was because I was smoking weed and I noticed a lot of cops where driving around so 2 avoid them I took short cuts threw alleys the gun I found was next 2 a garbage I hide by when I walking threw an alley a cop drove past the end of the alley and wasnt sure if they noticed me so I hid and that when I seen the gun so that's when I called for a ride instead of walked and as far as running from the cops I was laying down 2 b honest because I was so high I was falling asleep when my friend yelled that the cops might try n pull us over because he was looking at them when he turned that's when I panicked n tried 2 get rid of it and since I was so close to my house I just ran the rest of the way home
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