A couple weeks ago, my wife was pulled over for speeding. She was in my car and my pistol was in the car. She knew it was there. The officer asked her if there was anything in the car and she told him about the gun. He removed the gun from the car and told her he would "pretend this never happened". He did not issue her a citation for the speeding or the weapon. She told me about the incident when I got home from work. I was heartbroken, I owned that gun for 9+ years. It was a Beretta 92fs. So since this happened I have been stressing out. On one hand my wife is pissed at me and does not want me to push the issue. On the other hand I can't stop thinking about it. I called the police station and explained what had happened. I was advised there was no traffic stop on that day and time fitting my description. They also said my wife is lying and thier officers would never do such a thing. So i finally called a police unit to my house today and just reported it as stolen. The officer gave me a card with a case number. He wrote down a description of the gun. I do not have the serial number, and the place where I bought it is gone. The question is will this incident affect my future in purchasing firearms? Because this gun registered to myself was taken by a LEO mean that I will be blacklisted in some way? Any advice will be greatly appreciated, thanks.