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A Pennsylvania corrections officer who says he was the victim of a drunken driving accident in New Jersey ended up facing charges himself when he told police he had a handgun, the Associated Press reported.
Raymond Hughes told the AP Friday he was driving home with his wife after dinner in Atlantic City last month when the crash occurred in Glassboro.
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He told police he had a handgun under his seat, and officers secured his personal 9mm Glock handgun while he went to the hospital, he said. But days later, he was charged with not having a New Jersey permit despite having a license to carry in neighboring Pennsylvania.
“I’m one of the good guys,” Hughes said. “Now they’re trying to make me one of the people I protect society from.”
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