Armed guards in schools discussed at District 51 meeting

The possibility of armed volunteers in District 51 schools sparked a debate among law enforcement, school officials and a local pro-gun rights group at Tuesday’s District 51 School Board…




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“Just because I retired didn’t mean I went brain dead,” said the former Delta Police Chief.

Rich Bacher left the job under fire after a year. He later accidentally shot a co-worker while working on a loaded firearm in a sporting goods shop.

David Cox was ticketed (with charges later dismissed) for prohibited use of a firearm because proving he was intoxicated after a traffic stop was problematic.

Even the best of us make mistakes, but mistakes are magnified when guns are involved. You’d think proponents of putting armed guards in schools could come up with two better spokespeople.

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