Serial 1113

0 060534Z DEC 78
FM SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) (P)
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) IMMEDIATE
NEW YORK (89-436) IMMEDIATE (NY VIA FBIHQ)
BQMRA (ATTN: RYMUR COMMAND POST) IMMEDIATE
BT
UNCLAS
RYMUR

During interview with Mark Lane and his client, Terri Buford, at San Jose, California, today, Lane advised that he developed information that guns were stored in the basement of Charles Garry’s office, San Francisco. Lane stated he telephonically advised Garry on the evening of December 5, 1978, to this effect.

Lane explained that PT members have access to the basement of Garry’s office, and that Garry was undoubtedly unaware that the weapons were stored in the basement.

On December 6, 1978, Lt. [name deleted], Intelligence Unit, SFPD, upon contact by San Francisco, advised that on the

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evening of December 5, 1978, attorney Charles Garry personally contacted COP [Chief of Police] Charles Gain, SFPD. Garry indicated that he had just determined that several weapons were in a package stored in the basement of his office. Per request of Garry, SFPD picked up the weapons which were identified as follows:

1) Sturm .357 Luger, SN 153-27760, with a 4” barrel. Record of sale April 6, 1978, to [name deleted].

2) .38 Chief Special, 2” barrel, SN 636J9. Data transfer April 30, 1973 to [name and address deleted], Redwood [Valley], California.

3) .38 Chief Special, SN J 142065, S&W Chief Special. Data transfer October 11, 1973, to [name and address deleted], San Francisco, California.

Lt. [name deleted] stated that the SFPD would maintain custody of these weapons.

Armed and dangerous. Suicidal tendencies.

BT

Originally posted on August 13th, 2019.

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