He lied to me and said there was a "no firearms policy". He also said there was a sign on the door (he lied). I told him there is no sign. I asked him to show me the sign; he then took me into a room to have Brimfield Police interrogate me.
The one police officer tried to lie and say I did not inform of carrying a concealed weapon on time (in Ohio you have to inform-- I was carrying one gun open, one concealed). But I did inform him as soon as I was reasonably able to. So he dropped that subject of saying I broke the law.
They tried to say:
1) I was inducing panic.
2) One officer tried to tell me I could only conceal carry. Then in the end, the main officer admitted what I was doing was legal.
I think I handled the encounter well. I answered basic questions (trying to cooperate) but when they started trying to ask more questions beyond the basics "where do you live", etc. I told them I would not answer any questions without a lawyer.
The only negative that can come out of this is
1) The officer said that he was going to notify the Sheriff of "what I've been up to (meaning, open carrying) and that the Duputy could revoke my CCW if she wants to (even though I didn't break any law).