ARNOLD, M.D. — Steffon Josey-Davis’s journey to becoming a North Brunswick (New Jersey) police officer was derailed in 2013 when, working as a New Jersey security guard, he accidentally left a LEGAL firearm in his vehicle’s glove box resulting in a felony conviction.
Governor Chris Christie pardoned Josey in June 2015.
Now? In a life away from the Garden State? Josey announced via Twitter that he is an Anne Arundel Community College police officer:
Mission complete. After being arrested in 2013 then being pardoned in 2015 by @ChrisChristie I am thankful to be apart of this #BLUELINE family. Thanks to those who help so much. @CamEdwards @NRA @FoxNews @foxandfrinds @DRUDGE_REPORT @BreitbartNews @AP @NJ2AS @njdotcom pic.twitter.com/r1Qw326GHu
— Steffon Josey-Davis (@SteffonLJosey) May 12, 2018
Josey-Davis gave full credit for his comeback to Governor Christie:
Thank you! I appreciate that so much. Thankful for the opportunity to be able to prove to America I was able to earn the right to get a second chance. Thanks again @ChrisChristie
— Steffon Josey-Davis (@SteffonLJosey) May 14, 2018
New Jersey’s gun laws are considered among the country’s most draconian.