The man accused of gunning down a police officer during a violent rampage in Abbotsford, B.C. this week is a senior from Alberta who doesn’t have a firearms licence.On Tuesday, homicide investigators named 65-year-old Oscar Ferdinand Arfmann as the alleged killer of Const. John Davidson, and revealed they have secured one count of first-degree murder in the fatal shooting.Police believe Arfmann stepped out of a stolen vehicle with a gun Monday morning, opened fire on the public in a busy parking lot, then engaged in a deadly shootout with police.Davidson, who is being mourned as a respected 24-year police veteran, was the first officer to arrive and confront the alleged gunman.It's unclear where the gun came from or how it was obtained, but Cpl. Frank Jang of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said the accused is not legally allowed to possess one."Arfmann did at one point have a firearms licence, but it did expire as of 2015," Jang said.
How about that, our killer had no permission to own firearms, the Texas guy did.