Suffolk lawmakers Tuesday directed the county police and sheriff's departments to check anyone they commit for psychiatric treatment against their pistol permit registries -- a measure aimed at quickly stripping access to weapons from people deemed to be an immediate danger to themselves or others.
Supporters said the bill, approved unanimously at the legislature's meeting in Riverhead, could...
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