By Tom Knighton
No one in this country argues about armed police officers. Disarming law enforcement isn’t even part of the discussion here, and for good reason. The idea is ridiculous.
However, there are a lot of people who would prefer that police officers were the only ones armed legally, and that actually does include a handful of police officers.
A Dawson County, GA sheriff’s deputy isn’t likely part of that number after what happened to him.
A chaotic scene in Dawson County Tuesday afternoon where what started out a good deed ended in gunfire and injuries.
It started at a Chevron on Georgia Highway 400 when 52-year-old Sgt. Randy Harkness arrived with a homeless man. Sheriff Jeff Johnson said the Harkness had given the man a courtesy ride to the gas station to help him out with a bit of money.
“He then began to give the gentleman some money just to help him out and the suspect began to physically assault him,” said Sheriff Johnson.
The sheriff said a woman in a car at the Chevron witnessed the assault, got out of her car, gun in hand, and fired on the homeless man attacking Harkness. Eyewitnesses in the gas station saw it unfold.
“She shot …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms