A Menominee Indian High School(Wisconsin) teacher was arrested after a gun was found in his vehicle on school property. Jarrod Kuehn, the teacher, was arrested for felony firearm possession on school grounds.
According to authorities, The Gun Free School Zone Act disallows a person to have a gun on school property, even if it’s locked in a car.
According to concealednation.org, “We do not have any information at this time that would lead us to believe the teacher had any bad intent or motive in having the handgun in his vehicle,” District Superintendent Wendell Waukau said. “The teacher has a valid concealed carry permit and the firearm was unloaded.”
A complaint was filed with the district that Kuehn had the weapon in the center console of his vehicle.
Kuehn admitted that he keeps the gun in the center console of his car in a holster and also that he was aware he couldn’t bring the gun into the school but was not aware that it meant he couldn’t keep in in the parking lot.
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