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Bates was also suspected of unlawfully possessing a weapon as a felon, according to the police report.
As a felon on probation, Shannon was prohibited from possessing a firearm, which may have been his reason for fleeing the officers, the release said.
Online records show that Lampley has been charged with vehicle theft in the first degree, theft in the second degree, being a felon in possession of a weapon, reckless driving and assault in the fourth degree.
But times were tough because, as a felon, her mother couldn't find work.
Ficklin was charged Friday with having a weapon as a felon, court records show.
Crain is a felon because in 2002 -- as a teenager -- he was convicted of second-degree robbery.
As a felon convicted previously of burglary, Smith was prevented from having a weapon.
The person behind the wheel of the self-driving Uber car that struck and killed an Arizona woman Sunday night was felon.
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: a criminal who has committed a serious crime (called a felony)
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