Cops Banned From Donut Shops? Not In Wyoming
By Erich Pratt
A San Francisco bakery chain’s “no guns” policy is so strict they’re not even serving on-duty police officers, a move that has Wyoming bakery workers and law enforcement rolling their eyes.
“We’re fortunate. We’re supported by not only the local citizens, but by all the businesses as well. I don’t know how we’d react (to such a ban). I don’t foresee it happening here,” Campbell County Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds told Cowboy State Daily on Monday.
Gun rights advocate Mark Jones of Buffalo said the bakery’s decision to boot cops for carrying guns left him dumbfounded.
“Where to even begin,” said Jones, a spokesman for Gun Owners of America. “That sounds like anti-gun extremism taken to the max….”
Gun Free’ Zones Backfire?
However, “gun-free zones” supposedly established for safety have the opposite effect, Jones said.
“You see it with the mass shootings and those sorts of things. Gun control just disarms law-abiding citizens,” he said, adding that Reem’s could end up regretting turning a cold shoulder to cops.
“What are they going to do when a bad guy robs their store? Are they not going to want the police there then?” he said.
Wyoming allows for both open and concealed carry of firearms without a special permit. However, some