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Darton State College in Georgia is apologizing today after one of their professors had a police officer, who is a student there, kicked out of the classroom for having a gun. The officer was in full uniform.
The teacher was uncomfortable with having a gun in the classroom and asked that the officer be escorted out, according to Fox Carolina.
The college issued the following statement:
“Darton State College is appreciative for the service of our law enforcement, and welcome them as students on our campus. We have apologized to the officer for our misunderstanding when he attended class on our campus, and we regret this happened. We have met with the faculty and staff involved to reiterate the Georgia Law and Darton Policy.” – Dr. Thomas Ormond, Interim Provost/VP for Academic & Student Affairs, Darton State College