could be interpreted asAshwaubenon Public Safety Chief Eric Dunning expects citizens will call police if they see someone with a gun.
This game is going to get really boring for your responding officers .Ashwaubenon Public Safety Chief Eric Dunning expects citizens will call police to facilitate harassment of peaceful law abiding gun owners, if they see someone with a gun.
Mr. Dunning. With all due respect, no you don't. You can ask the complainant questions about the "incident", as to the behavior and actions of the open carrier. If the weapon is holstered, and the person is going about his or her business not threatening anyone with it, why do you choose to waste the taxpayers dime to harass peaceful law abiding gun owners? On the other hand, if the complainant indicates the MWG is waving the gun around, or shooting at people, then you have something to be concerned about."If we receive a complaint, we have to investigate. We can ask who they are and, if they're not doing anything illegal, let them go about their business."