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    Pasco County Teacher arrested for bringing loaded gun to school

    Not mentioned in article, but live report stated teacher was licensed to carry and forgot gun was in her purse.


    https://www.wfla.com/news/pasco-coun...gun-to-school/





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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    Not mentioned in article, but live report stated teacher was licensed to carry and forgot gun was in her purse.


    https://www.wfla.com/news/pasco-coun...gun-to-school/





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    Ouch.... In my own county, no less... And the Sheriff here (Chris Noco) is pretty pro-2A.


    I gather the violation was bringing it to a public school, then? How can you "forget" where your firearms are?

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    What exactly happened here I wonder?

    Deputies located the gun following a secondary search of the school following a false report by a student.
    How did a secondary search of the school reveal the contents of her purse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FfNJGTFO View Post
    Ouch.... In my own county, no less... And the Sheriff here (Chris Noco) is pretty pro-2A.


    I gather the violation was bringing it to a public school, then? How can you "forget" where your firearms are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHunter View Post
    One of the problems of "off-body" carry!
    I agree BeerHunter, however I do understand that women have different issues than men, however that being said I do believe everyone needs to know exactly where there firearms are at all times. Forgetting is no excuse. Even though it's a stupid law in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flphotog View Post
    I agree BeerHunter, however I do understand that women have different issues than men, however that being said I do believe everyone needs to know exactly where there firearms are at all times. Forgetting is no excuse. Even though it's a stupid law in the first place.
    Completely agree on all points!
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    Talk about bad luck... I was wondering how it was discovered. Then I read that someone called in a threat and her purse was searched as they cleared the school.

    If the hoax threat had not been called in, nobody would have been the wiser to her mistake.

    The law against lawful concealed carry on school grounds is stupid and harmful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FfNJGTFO View Post
    Ouch.... In my own county, no less... And the Sheriff here (Chris Noco) is pretty pro-2A.


    I gather the violation was bringing it to a public school, then? How can you "forget" where your firearms are?
    Nocco’s hands were probably tied on this one. He’s been pretty vocal that he thinks teachers should be allowed to carry.

    Where in pasco are you? I’m east of Zephyrhills, close to US-98, and the Polk county line.


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    Quote Originally Posted by racer88 View Post
    Talk about bad luck... I was wondering how it was discovered. Then I read that someone called in a threat and her purse was searched as they cleared the school.

    If the hoax threat had not been called in, nobody would have been the wiser to her mistake.

    The law against lawful concealed carry on school grounds is stupid and harmful.
    I she forgot it in her purse that day it really was bad luck. Me thinks she might have "forgotten" it in her purse daily until this happened and she got caught.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flphotog View Post
    I agree BeerHunter, however I do understand that women have different issues than men, however that being said I do believe everyone needs to know exactly where there firearms are at all times. Forgetting is no excuse. Even though it's a stupid law in the first place.
    I doubt that she actually forgot where it was. I suspect that it was more a matter of not being really conscious of what she knew. Had someone asked her where the gun was, she might have known.
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