BOISE, Idaho — Two Idaho women who each say they forgot they had handguns in their purses while entering the James A. McClure Federal Building and United States Courthouse in Boise have received fines.
Suzanne Dawn Cummins, 41, of Murphy and Christina Marie Landon, 37, of Nampa, each pleaded guilty last year to carrying a weapon into the federal building after the guns were spotted by security scanners.
Cummins was fined $500 for carrying a Sig Sauer semi-automatic pistol loaded with a magazine containing six bullets into the building on July 22.
Landon was fined $300 for carrying a loaded Ruger .380 caliber semi-automatic handgun into the building on Aug. 3.
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