”You could have continued to say no, couldn’t you have,” Barlow asked.
She responded that the agents were really on her case and she felt pressured to let them in. She added that Miller-Kaszinski acted like it was no big deal and never told her charges could result in the search.
”I was there to do a investigation on firearms,” Miller-Kaszinski said. “She is in possession of them. I can’t just walk away.”
The 14 firearms and 1,400 rounds of ammunition were found in areas of the house accessible to Hansen, specifically the master bedroom. Miller-Kaszinski indicated that Hansen helped in the search and showed the agents where to look. Hansen said the agents searched rooms she thought might contain her husband’s guns and found the items.
Telleen will review the case in mid-July and reach a decision.