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Police and Law Enforcement News
Thursday, January 3,
2013  12:17 p
.m.

It was New Year's Day when five officers from the Belleville Police Department in Missouri were looking for a place to grab something to eat.

They agreed on the old standby Denny's.  They entered, settled in and ordered their meals when a manager came over and told them that they had to leave.  The startled officers asked why, and she said because they were armed.  She said that another customer had complained.

The officers (who were in plain clothes) identified themselves but to no avail. 

The manager did give them the option of disarming.  They declined and left.

Their chief has since put Denny's off limits to all officers.

Denny's Corporate later apologized and said they were welcome to come back.  There is no word on whether the chief will lift the ban.

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No good. I am a law officer and will not eat at Denny's or any place that does not want firearms.


The last comment is retarded because we are cops and we protect people.  Why do fireman need water?  Dummies.  I will never eat at any one of them again


"Shame on the police chief.. Why do police officers need guns anyway?".... Are you for real???


Shame on the police chief.. Why do police officers need guns anyway?


Denny's is so stupid. Hope for their sake they do not need help down the road.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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