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Police Officer Asked to Leave College Class for Wearing His Uniform, Gun

By FOX News:

A Louisiana police sergeant and part-time college student was asked to leave class because he was wearing his uniform and gun, the lawman said on FBN’s “Risk & Reward.”

The sight of a police officer apparently triggered one of the college students, who complained to the professor.

Jefferson Parish Police Sgt. Josh Collins told Elizabeth MacDonald that he was running late to his class at Loyola University in New Orleans and had no time to change following his shift.

During a break, the professor told him a student in the law & morality class complained of his presence in-uniform and asked him to hide his sidearm…

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