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As reported by the Millwauke Journal Sentinel:

Deliveryman who shot 2 is charged
Prosecutors say shootings justified, but gun concealed

By DERRICK NUNNALLY
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Posted: Jan. 31, 2007

A pizza deliveryman who has shot two people on the job in the past seven months was hit with his first criminal charge Wednesday: carrying a concealed weapon.

Andres Vegas, 46, who told authorities that the teenagers he shot last month and in July were trying to rob him, appeared in court and was released on a $1,500 signature bond Wednesday. He faces up to nine months in jail and a $10,000 fine if convicted of the misdemeanor. His next court appearance is scheduled for Feb. 19.

According to the criminal complaint, Vegas, of Cudahy, was making a delivery in the 2800 block of N. 22nd St. on the evening of Jan. 4 for Mona Lisa Pizza, 4831 W. North Ave. As he got out of his car, he was approached by an armed assailant. Vegas then reached into his car's passenger seat, got his .32 semi-automatic pistol and shot his assailant, the complaint says; he then waited for police.

The complaint says the suspect admitted trying to rob Vegas, who prosecutors then determined was justified in the shooting. But because Vegas' gun had been on "the front passenger seat beside the pizzas," it met the definition of a concealed weapon.

The complaint also says that "prosecutorial discretion" was why Vegas wasn't charged in the July shooting, even though he "admitted to carrying a gun on his person in a concealed manner." But Vegas was warned then that he could not carry a concealed gun for protection on his job.

The article can be found at; http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=560194

- Janq

Lesson learned: Be very much grateful that CCW is allowed by your state/community/employer as relative to those of normal average everyday good guys who cannot. :(
 

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also - know and understand your state laws in regards to weapon transport

they way the law is written can be open to several interpretations
 
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