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Sheriff’s office used new gun seizure law twice in past six months

Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment, but he also believes there are times when a new state law, called an extreme risk protection order, is vital for public safety. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).

VALE – Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe believes in the Second Amendment.

Yet he was one of the first in the state this year to use a new law that allows police to take firearms away from citizens. 

Gun law: How Oregon's law is being used. See story here.

Wolfe, though, felt he had no choice and the move didn’t affect his views on the sanctity of the Second Amendment . . .