My four-year old has been invited to a party that will involve laser tag. Sounds like an awesome time for any little boy, but part of me wonders if this is the best idea for a four-year old. He can’t really grasp the concept of a gun and at no point has he ever had one as a toy. Yet denying him the opportunity to experience this, and our opportunity to begin educating him on guns, seems unfair. Than again, he’s four, there is time left to deal with these issues, why not wait until he can really comprehend the impact?
I’m honestly torn between what to do. Have you dealt with something similar?
The fact the windows to the truck are heavily tinted and the cases were covered up with a black sleeping bag had Kathy Domanski suspecting authorities were identifying only certain vehicles.
"I think he was just targeted because he was one of the kids they know is a hunter, a farm boy," she said. "I don't feel they were posing a danger."
"I understand about the zero-tolerance (policy), but there was no threats involved," Kathy Domanski said. "Police were called out for a drug search."
Some students were warned by friends via text messages not to come to school so they wouldn't be found with guns or bows in their vehicles, Kyle Domanski said.
Kyle said he was coming back from hunting earlier that morning between 6:30 a.m. and 7:45 a.m. and headed straight to school afterward. He was at lunch when he was taken by a police officer to his vehicle, asked to unlock the truck and the gun and bow were taken. Kyle and Eric were both asked to immediately leave the school grounds.
Lexington Police say three teens taken in for questioning Wednesday morning may be connected to a violent burglary at a local gun shop last week
Pictures showing step-by-step how to cook bacon with a rifle.