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DAILYORANGE.COM hi 37° | lo WEDNESDAY 28° january 16, 2013 t h e i n de pe n de n t s t u de n t n e w spa pe r of s y r acuse , n e w yor k INSIDENEWS INSIDEOPINION INSIDEPULP INSIDESPORTS ONLINE Fighting crime Safety officials decide to extend Making strides New York is the first Beats by bass Dubstep DJ Datsik kicked Center stage Louisville center Gorgui Dieng The great debate Local gun shop owners question the the University Area CrimeControl Team through the spring semester. Page 3 state to make needed gun control legislation reforms. Page 5 off the new semester with fans at The Westcott Theater. Page 9 went from being a lanky teenager to a dominant force for the Cardinals. Page 16 effects of new gun control policies. See su at hletics Past employee arraigned for illegal taping By Cheryl Seligman DESIGN EDITOR andrew renneisen | staff photographer (FROM LEFT) TONY CALLISTO, WILLIAM FITZPATRICK AND FRANK FOWLER , DPS chief, district attorney and SPD chief of police, respectivley, speak Tuesday about the four counts of unlawful surveillance former SU Athletics media director Roger Springfield is facing. Roger Springfield, former Syracuse University Athletics director of media properties and production, was arraigned in court Tuesday morning on an indictment charging him with four counts of unlawful surveillance. He is accused of videotaping male SU athletes in the Carrier Dome locker rooms. He was arraigned for unlawful surveillance in the second degree, Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick said at a press conference Tuesday. Springfield was released on his own recognizance. A pretrial hearing is scheduled for Jan. 22, though Springfield will not attend, said James McGraw, Springfield’s defense attorney. SU Department of Public Safety Chief Tony Callisto and Syracuse Police SEE SPRINGFIELD PAGE 6 Right to bear arms? In wake of recent shootings, Syracuse community weighs in on national gun control debate I By Dylan Segelbaum | Asst. Copy Editor luke rafferty | asst. photo editor TIM NELSON, owner of Intimidator Sports, says he has seen an NEW YORK PASSES GUN CONTROL LEGISLATION, PAGE 4 ntimidator Sports sees an average of 100-120 people a day, and is busy like almost every other store in the country that sells guns. Owner Tim Nelson said his store in Nedrow, N.Y. gets customers who range from 18-80 years of age, and they are all talking about the proposed regulations on firearms. “Every customer that comes in says the same thing,” Nelson said. “They’re tired of the government trying to put controls on things and

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