Wednesday, June 22, 2022
A man in a tactical vest with a semi-automatic rifle and holstered pistol prompted Broken Arrow Justice Center employees to lock their doors June 13, according to a news release. AT&T store employees who then saw the man proceeded to "run out the back of the store," and multiple 911 calls came from the parking lot of a Target store that he was walking toward, Broken Arrow police said. Due to Oklahoma's constitutional carry laws, police determined that at each location the man "was not breaking the law" with the rifle and vest.
He was arrested, however, after he was found to have a recently-issued unrelated warrant and to be in possession of an over .45-caliber firearm and brass knuckles, both of which are illegal in Oklahoma.
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