Will the Federal Government Probably Pick This Case Up?

Question by hopefull or hopeless…?: Will the Federal Government probably pick this case up?
A felon drug offender that has been to 2 prison treatment programs and got out on probation and was in the possession of 6 stolen fire arms. He was not in the possession of drugs and guns at the same time. Just has prior drug felonies. How hard up is the Federal Government for cases? Educated statements please.

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Answer by Obamavenger
Sounds like a case for the locals.

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