Two men were arrested Sunday afternoon after entering a Michigan police station while masked and armed, allegedly practicing their right to open carry. The above video shows the scene play out.
Editor’s Note: The video contains graphic language.
According to authorities, on the early afternoon of Feb. 5, Dearborn Police responded to a local shopping district to investigate a report of two suspicious men in a vehicle wearing tactical vests and masks. The subjects left the area before police arrived on scene.
A short time later a Dearborn police sergeant on patrol observed the subjects’ occupied vehicle in a park approximately three miles away, police said. The sergeant conducted a traffic stop to investigate further. The occupants of the vehicle were dressed in heavy tactical vests and the passenger, who refused to speak to the sergeant, was wearing a balaclava mask which covered his face.
After conducting a brief preliminary investigation and not observing any firearms in the passenger compartment, police said the sergeant released the subjects.
The subjects then allegedly drove to the Dearborn Police station where authorities said one subject, a 24-year-old resident of Leonard, Mich., entered the building wearing a tactical vest, mask, and armed with an AP-14 firearm and …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life