Police banned from Denny’s after being told guns not allowed inside
The police chief of a St. Louis suburb has banned his officers from eating at the local Denny’s restaurant after five detectives were asked to leave because guns are not allowed in the building, according to Fox2Now.
The incident involving happened New Year’s Day.
Belleville Police Captain Don Sax said, “It’s absolutely a slap in the face I totally agree it’s completely disrespectful. How can anyone think to tell a police officer you can’t be in here with your gun its absurd to me.”
Five on-duty but out of uniform detectives were in the middle of their meal at the Denny’s. The restaurant chain said a customer spotted one of the officers carrying a gun and alerted the manager. The manager told the detective she would have to leave or secure the gun in her car, that guns are not allowed in Denny’s. Even after the officers explained they were cops they were still told they could not carry their weapons in the business. Captain Sax said, “I’ve never known anybody that didn’t want a police officer present in an establishment in a business it’s added security it’s absolutely what they want.”
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