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Gomez was in custody on suspicion of probation violation and being a felon in possession of tear gas and a leaded cane, Williams said.
The largest increase was in simple possession cases: prosecutions of felons, convicted domestic abusers, and others caught with firearms they were legally prohibited from owning.
Odoms is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Thousands of felons like Williams earn parole or finish their sentences every year in the United States.
Terry McAuliffe to restore voting rights to thousands of felons.
News of the death comes just weeks after a pair of teenage felons escaped from a TJJD facility between Austin and Houston, only to be captured less than a day later.
Only a single felon survives, along with his daughter, who was born on the spaceship.
There was a Blaine Cooper, a felon who was one of the first people to arrive at the refuge, and encouraged people to bring their guns.
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Definition of felon for English Language Learners
: a criminal who has committed a serious crime (called a felony)
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