Chitwood… We’re going to BBQ you in court.

As reported by the Local Paper… (link withheld to protect the innocent)

Chitwood disagreed, saying Florida Carry is not interested in the overall safety of the community.

“They really don’t care about public safety,” he said.

The chief said there was no need for a warrant because the guns were not taken for evidence, but for “safekeeping.”

“He was not arrested, he was taken under the Baker Act,” Chitwood said. “This was not a criminal case, so we did not need a warrant.”

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