Stamford attorney pleads not guilty for failing to report stolen weapons

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A Stamford attorney pleaded not guilty to six charges of reckless endangerment after police say he failed to report six of his handguns were stolen.

One of the handguns, owned by 72-year-old Ridgely Brown, was used to shoot at a police officer in Stamford in July. The officer was not injured.

Brown told police a woman he was involved with stole the guns during a visit to his home.

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