Taking a closer look at the relationship between the state’s forfeiture and storage laws, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on March 31 reversed a Superior Court’s order to turn over 12 improperly secured firearms found during a search warrant.

In 2014, former chief of police and firearms instructor Edward Fleury was charged with assault by means of a dangerous weapon following an altercation with a friend, according to the Supreme Court’s opinion.

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