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Illinois Officers Kicked Out of Restaurant for Carrying Guns

Denny’s manager refused to serve officers after a customer complained

Thursday, January 3, 2013


BELLEVILLE, IL (WGNTV) - Five police officers were kicked out of a Denny’s restaurant for carrying their guns. It happened in downstate Belleville. The five plain-clothes detectives were off-duty when they went in to eat when another diner saw one officer’s gun and complained.

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