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Defendant's conviction for possession of a firearm by a felon is affirmed where: 1) officers had reasonable suspicion to stop the SUV in which defendant was riding; and 2) there was sufficient evidence to show that the defendant constructively or actually possessed the gun. However, the sentence of 387 months' imprisonment is vacated and remanded where, although the district court was correct that a conviction for residential entry in Indiana qualifies as a "violent felony" for the purposes of the Armed Career Criminal Act, defendant's conviction for criminal recklessness in Indiana does not qualify.
Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division
Decided November 4, 2009
Opinion by Wiliams, Circuit Judge
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