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Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports
LSU sophomore wide receiver Malik Nabers was arrested Monday night in New Orleans during Mardi Gras on a weapons charge.

According to the court document below, charges against Nabers will be dropped under the condition that he does pursue regaining possession of the firearm.

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Lutcher Lad14 months
Don't know if this is relevant or not, but is the kid staying in LSU dorm or off-campus apartment? Are personal weapons allowed on campus dorms, etc? That's the scary part of this fiasco.
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DVinBR14 months
don't conceal carry without a permit, it's just the law right now whether you agree with it or not
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sabbertooth14 months
Don’t think you can conceal carry in a bar anyway.
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diehard2414 months
Cant carry during parade even with permit
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diehard2414 months
Cant carry during parade even with permit
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Vernonbrew2214 months
LaToya got some more steel to pack around. I say leave this bad boy alone malik
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Spankum14 months
He got one hell of a break…he would have been fined more than the value of the gun and now he won’t have firearm violation on his record.
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Timeoday14 months
So he loses a gun to the gooooooooooooberment because he exercised his right to bear arms.

WOWZA!!
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SouthernInsanity14 months
What's the issue? Can you drive at 13yrs old... vote at 15yrs old... join the service w/o parental consent before 18yrs old... etc??

All this whining about someone's 2A rights and probably none of you have done anything legally to help change laws.
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Cajun7514 months
Whoever's posting these news articles need to hire proofreaders!! Should read, "will be dropped under the condition that he DOESN'T pursue".....
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1914 months
I wouldn't return to NOLA to even get the gun.
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Homesick Tiger14 months
charges against Nabers will be dropped under the condition that he does pursue regaining possession of the firearm.
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Havoc14 months
So give up his constitutional rights? Sounds like Nola BS to me.
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GoldenGuy14 months
From what it says, it’s just that gun. Seems like robbery.
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jeff7012114 months
Real good deal. He’ll make enough in the NFL to buy whatever the hell he wants.
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jeff7012114 months
Real good deal. He’ll make enough in the NFL to buy whatever tha he’ll he wants.
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Double Down14 months
I’m guessing having Gordon is paying off in other ways.
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jamboots0814 months
This seems really shady. Sounds like someone liked his gun and will get it at no cost.
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KennabraTiger14 months
That’s some bullshite
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southsidedell14 months
Several people got this deal from what I was told. Its not an LSU thing. Which is what I thought.
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Tiger Iron14 months
Shiiiit. That gun is going to end up in the gun closet, of some judge or politician…. Or somebody just got season tickets.
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mla010014 months
Charges against Nabers will be dropped under the condition that he guarantees a victory in Tuscaloosa…
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blueboxer111914 months
Weird deal.
He'll stop and get another on the way home, so no worries.
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Loup14 months
as he should.
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Napoleon14 months
Hmm. Depends on the gun but a good deal. Even fighting a misdemeanor can cost over $1200, that'll buy most handguns
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Mike da Tigah14 months
They forgot to simply list the weapons charge. That’s the part of the story that is the actual story. Vague weapons charge is vague.
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