In a case where the defendant was found guilty of receiving a large capacity magazine and possession of a firearm by a felon, after police found a firearm in a car in which the defendant was the front seat passenger, the trial court committed prejudicial error by: (1) excluding a hearsay declaration against penal interest made by the driver of the car that the gun was his, and (2) admitting evidence of a prior incident in which the defendant was found with firearms in his car, on the basis that it proved defendant’s knowledge.