State senator pulls gun on teens State Senator Tim Burchett says he put a stop to some would-be thieves on his property Wednesday. Advertisement Burchett says about two weeks ago a motorcycle went missing from his warehouse off Ball Camp Road. After that, he staked out the place night and day, hoping to catch the culprits. On Wednesday morning, he says he got them. "I stood up and I put my Glock on them," Burchett said. "I told them, I encouraged them, I'll just say. I exercised my First and my Second Amendment rights on this occasion, and I encouraged them to come on down the tracks." Burchett says he walked the four teens down the hill from his warehouse to wait for sheriff's deputies to arrive and take them into custody. "These kids need to be held accountable," Burchett said. "I hope these kids don't just get their Gameboys taken away from them for the weekend or something." But, for Burchett, justice also can be sweet. While waiting for the deputies, he fed the teens cookies. "They were hungry and they were talking, they were giving me all the information I needed, so I thought, I'll just keep it flowing," Burchett said. He says, of course, he was still holding the teens at gunpoint. In the end, he says deputies arrested the three minors and one adult. He also got back one of his stolen motorcycles Wednesday night and knows where the other two are. Together, he says they're worth more than $5,000.