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Scared parents demand police officer leave his gun at home when picking up his daughter at school

He's not the type of armed man on campus you'd expect parents to be
concerned about -- but apparently a police officer dropping off his
daughter at school was just too scary for some parents in Mesa.
And the school principal actually called that officer to ask him not to wear his uniform on campus ever again.

The issue was that other parents were concerned because he had a gun.

The officer, who works for the Coolidge Police Department, is a parent of a kid that goes to Entz Elementary School in Mesa.

The request made by school officials to not wear his uniform and gun on campus shocked and upset a lot of people.

All Scott Urkov did was drop his daughter off at Entz Elementary
School. Little did he know that what he was wearing that day would lead
to a call from the principal.
"There were some parents who were concerned about that

Added: Oct-5-2013 Occurred On: Oct-5-2013
By: quasimodo
Regional News
Tags: gun, gun control, nra, police, school, liberals, democrats, education
Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States (load item map)
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