Thread: Capitol Times Story on Madison 5
The police presence at Culver's was in response to two people who called police.
One of those callers, a 58-year-old man, called police on a non-emergency line after the incident to say he was disturbed by the armed men. According to East District Capt. Cam McClay, the man left the restaurant because he was disturbed by the presence of the armed men.
"He understands how things can progress from simple misunderstandings to shots being fired." McClay says in an interview.
The caller who prompted the police response, however, called 911 because she didn't know carrying firearms in public was legal. The 62-year-old woman was told by the dispatcher that police were on the way.
Lex malla, lex nulla
Last edited by davegran; 10-04-2010 at 08:50 AM.
45ACP-For when you care enough to send the very best-
Fight for "Stand Your Ground " legislation!
WI DA Gerald R. Fox:
"These so-called 'public safety' laws only put decent law-abiding citizens at a dangerous disadvantage when it comes to their personal safety, and I for one am glad that this decades-long era of defective thinking on gun issues is over..."
Remember: Don't make old People mad. We don't like being old in the first place, so it doesn't take much to piss us off.
I wonder what kind of bait they used for that fishing trip