Guns n Freedom.com
February 17, 2014
It was recently reported by Buckeye Firearms that an Ohio Sheriff has been indicted on 25 counts by a grand jury. Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly is the same guy that refused to renew the license of many concealed carry permit holders for some very suspicious reasons.
Sheriff Kelly even refused to renew the handgun license rights of a man who had a 10-year-old domestic violence charge that was pleaded down to a conviction for disorderly conduct.
In order for you to qualify for a concealed carry permit in Ohio “you must not be under indictment, be charged with, or convicted of any felony. You also must not be under indictment, charged with, or convicted of any offense that involves trafficking in drugs, a misdemeanor offense of violence, or negligent assault.”
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