Anderson CHP Officer Pleads Not Guilty in Court

REDDING, Calif. (AP) – A California Highway Patrol officer has pleaded not guilty to charges that he kept a cache of illegal guns, explosives, drugs and stolen drivers’ licenses in his home. Gerald Harris entered his plea Monday to 13 felony counts and one misdemeanor in Shasta County. Authorities say they searched Harris’ Anderson home in February while investigating an earlier crime at the Redding CHP office. They found 11 illegal assault rifles, home-made explosives, methadone pills and dozens of stolen drivers’ licenses. Harris has been placed on leave.

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