Finally got in contact with PO. Like I think I said in earlier post, husband had talked to him earlier...last Monday...and he had told him what Cory had done and PO said he would get in touch with us by no later than last Thursday which never happened...so I kept on husband to get in contact with him again. He finally called him back today. Of course, being the mousy husband that he is, he accepted the pass the buck junk that passes for government work these days. PO claimed that he had to get in touch with someone else to check on it. Ok...why hadnt he done that already we might ask? Anyway...I had decided I would swing by the PO building to see if he was even at work today and do this all myself to cut out the middle man (husband) and lo and behold...there stood PO! I parked and went up to him. I know I looked a fright but who cares...lol. I started in on the story and he told me he had just got off the phone with husband...well oh good. He then tells me he had talked to the someone else he needed to but that unless husband pressed charges we had to wait until Cory got out for Cory to go back and retrieve the gun. I told him I didnt think that was going to work because we tried to do that before Cory went in and told him why. I also told him that he had to remember that Cory was a convicted felon and that HE...the PO...had told Cory that he couldnt so much as touch a gun. Did he remember that? Uhhh...yeah. He also had to remember telling me that we could have the guns in my room...right...remember that? Yes...he did. Ok...same page now. Yep. Then I told him...Sean...I dont know if you realize this but I am not some average mother who is out to protect her baby boy at all costs. I am the one who pressed the charges that he is convicted of...do you realize that Sean? He said no he didnt. Ok...now you do. I explained all the years of mental health work that I had put into Cory and how I was now done. I told him...Sean...the ball is now in your court. I think he needs to be revoked. What he did was something that meets the conditions to revoke his probation but that is up to you. If it was me, I would revoke him. But let me make one thing perfectly clear...Cory is NOT coming back to my house to complete his probation. What you figure out to do with him to complete it is up to you but he is not coming to my house. I am so done! He has stolen from me for the last time. He seemed to look at me with a new respect in his eyes. Well either that or pity. Or he was damned afraid of me...lol.