BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Wednesday the indictments of multiple defendants illegally in possession of firearms.

Under state law, if a person is convicted of a disqualifying crime, the person is prohibited from possessing a firearm of any kind, regulated or non-regulated.

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“These are individuals that have already been convicted of crimes that prohibit them from owning a firearm,” said Attorney General Frosh in a press release. “They knowingly lied on their application and illegally attempted to hide their prior criminal history to purchase firearms.”

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  • Robert Gibson, 27, of Joppa
  • Larry Anthony, 42, of Hanover
  • Wayne Davis, 49, of St. Leonard
  • Robert Glorius, 34, of Waldorf
  • Garry Morris, 30, of Great Mills
  • Vincent Barber, 41, of Finksburg
  • Kevin Smith, 25, of Suitland
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The defendants have various hearing dates set in the Circuit Court of the County in which the case was indicted.