The Valley Ammo dealer who sold armor-piercing bullets to the Las Vegas shooter gets more time to dispose of his ammunition and firearms.
When Douglas Haig was released from custody, he was told he to get rid of his weapons and ammo by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday. That's now been extended to Friday.
His attorney asked for the extension to find a person with appropriate credentials to take possession of the items.
Haig is charged with conspiracy to manufacture and sell armor-piercing ammunition without a license.