GCO Sues Columbus Officers For Arrest of Member at McDonald’s

GCO has sued two City of Columbus police officers who arrested a member at McDonald’s in Columbus. The member was openly carrying while eating with his wife and children. The officers detained the member and asked for the member’s license. When the member declined to have his meal interrupted, the officers arrested the member for obstruction, trespassing, and disorderly conduct. All charges were dismissed without a trial. The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia may be viewed here.

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One Response to “GCO Sues Columbus Officers For Arrest of Member at McDonald’s”

  1. nkl602 Says:

    What is the status of this suit?