Oklahoma City police arrest three men, two of them former felons, after police say the three bought a firearm at a gun show.
According to a police report, David Lee Jackson, 22, Midarreon Cook, 21, and Daveon Jackson, 21, were spotted by officers purchasing a firearm with cash at a gun show being held at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds on Saturday, December 30.
After purchasing the 9mm semi-automatic handgun, the report states the three left the Fairgrounds in a white Nissan. Officers pulled the three over after they made an illegal right turn from the parking lot.
Officers checked the three out and found David Jackson had prior felony convictions in Oklahoma County for possession of controlled substance and marijuana with intent and possession of an offensive weapon while committing a felony, as well as a burglary 2 case. David Jackson also had pending charges for possession of a controlled substance with intent, concealing stolen property, possession of a firearm, drug paraphernalia and obstructing an officer.
Cook is listed in the system with a pending felony case in Oklahoma County for burglary 2 and possession of a controlled substance and marijuana with intent.
Daveon Jackson also has pending charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent, concealing stolen property, possession of an offensive weapon while committing a felony and drug paraphernalia.
All three were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail. David Jackson faces charges of no state driver's license, improper right turn and possession of a firearm AFCF (after former conviction of a felony). Cook faces possession of a firearm AFCF charge. And Daveon Jackson faces a charge of conspiracy to purchase a firearm.