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No charges for DOJ official for alleged gun sales

12:30 AM, Aug. 31, 2013
Hand holding gun, close-up, low angle view
Hand holding gun, close-up, low angle view
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A top state Department of Justice official will not be criminally charged after a federal investigation into allegations that he illegally sold and manufactured weapons, a state official said Friday.

In a letter to the State Journal, Assistant Attorney General Kevin Potter said the agency now will decide whether to conduct an internal investigation into the activities of Jay Smith. Smith was the supervisor in charge of the four-person Division of Criminal Investigation ...

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