Well, granted, said “scary weapon”, ie, assault weapon, may have been more than legally allowed
(WRAL) Wake County deputies have charged a 19-year-old woman with possession of an assault rifle that investigators believe was used in a double homicide.
Gemby Itzamar Estrada, no address available, was arrested Sunday and charges with possession of a weapon of mass destruction and resisting a public officer. She was being held Tuesday in the Wake County jail under a $10,500 bond.
An arrest warrant states that deputies seized the weapon, a variation of an AK-47, from Estrada’s Raleigh apartment so they could determine if it was linked to “a double homicide and shooting.”
Rather a low bond for someone who possessed a “weapon of mass destruction” (it was possibly fully automatic or had a shortened barrel) and possibly committed murder, wouldn’t you say? Maybe she’s part of Obama’s amnesty program
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has placed a detainer on Estrada – under the name Itzamar Estrada Gembe – while agents try to determine if she is in the country illegally.
Want to bet there’s no follow-up by the Raleigh media when it’s determined that she is, in fact, an illegal? Oh, and most likely a gang member. Click the WRAL link to view the photo, and notice the 3 dots in a triangle at the corner of her eye. Gang members often tattoo that on themselves. It can have several meanings. One of them is “my crazy life”. Another is where a gangbanger will end up, either the hospital, prison, or the grave. And there are several Hispanic gangs in the Raleigh area, including MS-13, though, they are very weak in this area.