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By Mark Davis
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Topic - Jonathan Shaw
A noted tattoo artist and writer accused of trying to send a stash of guns and knives from a New York storage locker to his Los Angeles home has pleaded not guilty to dozens of weapons possession charges.
Noted tattoo artist Jonathan Shaw has been charged with keeping a cache of guns, knives and ammunition in a New York City storage locker and prosecutors say he tried to ship the weapons to his Los Angeles home.
Noted tattoo artist Jonathan Shaw cultivates an outlaw image, and now prosecutors say it's for real: He was charged Monday with stashing a horde of guns, knives and ammunition in a storage locker.
He has said he was estranged for most of his life from his bandleader father, who epitomized the Big Band era with such hits as "Begin the Beguine" and "Stardust."