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Justin Watson, former campus police dispatcher, sentenced in federal court after illegally attempting to purchase guns, claiming to be police officer

A former campus police dispatcher for the Cape Cod Community College Police Department claimed to be a police officer with the authority to arrest and procure Glock firearms. This week, Justin F. Watson, 36, of Mashpee was sentenced for purchasing two guns which can only be legally bought by law enforcement officers, according to an announcement by U.S. Attorney Rachel S. Rollins.
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