Three backwoods gun nuts were busted on their way to play vigilante in New York City — while riding in a pickup truck loaded with weapons and plastered with their love of the Second Amendment, law-enforcement sources said.This is the truck that they were driving:
John Cramsey, 50, of rural Zionsville, Pa. — a militant anti-heroin crusader who is said to have used aggressive tactics to save at least a dozen people from drug dens — claims he was racing to Brooklyn with two pals to rescue a female drug user they believed had been kidnapped.
The gun-range owner never completed his mission. Cramsey — along with his buddy Dean Smith and the supposedly kidnapped woman’s friend Kimberly Arendt, 29 — were stopped by cops on the New Jersey side of the Holland Tunnel for a cracked windshield at around 7:40 a.m. Tuesday.
Those three chuckleheads drove a truck that had pro-gun stuff into two of the most gun-hostile states in the Union. The only way that it could have been worse is if they detoured through Maryland and ended up in Boston.
They might have well loaded up a car with heroin and wrapped it with a signs that read "Just Say 'Yes' to Drugs".