I used to be a Deputy Sheriff in a County adjacent to Adams County. Yes, you broke the law, but "most" cops address the "spirit of the law" as opposed to the "letter of the law". It would be a cop who had an "attitude" problem who pursued the issue after the fact. There was no harm done, it was unintentional, and I think most cops would see it that way. If I were you, I would let my concerns be a lesson. Don't do it again. Most cops are more concerned with the guy who thinks he's open carrying while his jacket covers all but the tip of the holster. That is not open carry and most would consider it CCW. The concept behind OC is that everyone can see you are armed. Being seen as armed is a deterrent to violence being perpetrated upon you. I believe this concept is why OC has survived the barrage of restrictions regarding carrying at all. As a former LEO, I am a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment, and I believe it should be the right of every "law abiding", adult citizen to bear arms. And, bearing arms doesn't mean locked in your trunk with the ammo locked in another box. Carry responsibly and we all will have less problems with OC. I have observed people who are clearly intoxicated, wearing their Glock or 1911 as though they're a tough guy, gun slinger waiting for a challenge. These are the people who are going to ruin OC for everyone, and they are the ones who are going to become very familiar with a jail cell, as they should. As a community interested in preserving our constitutional rights, we have a sober responsiblity to bear along with them. If the responsibility is eroded by recklessness or carelessness, the government and those who would see our rights stripped away, will be empowered to do so.