I currently work at a university as a Staff Member. I do NOT park on campus but park near it. On campus is too expensive. Sometimes where I park may be within 1000 ft of the university property. Also, between the university and where I park, there is an elementary school. I definitely park within 1000 feet of the elementary school and walk by it everyday.Malum Prohibitum said:I was recently fingerprinted at Emory University PD for my Utah Firearms License. The fingerprinting officer made the statement that they have arrested "several" otherwise law abiding individuals for possession of a firearm within a school safety zone within the last year. Felony.
The way I see it, even if I was to park on university property, section c-17 of the law would exempt me since I'm not a student and would leave my gun locked in the glove box. And the elementary school would just be a zone that I am passing through with lawful business (going to work). does that make sense or would that make me a felon :jail: :?
Second Question: I've heard of a few car break ins near where I park. What happens when you file a police report for break ins. do you tell them what is missing (assuming a gun was stolen) I guess you would. but then would they cuff you :handcuffs: and throw you in the slammer :jail:
I'm not looking to be the test case.... :shattered: