MILWAUKEE COUNTY, Wis. — As WISN 12 News was interviewing a West Allis man about his past arrest for carrying a gun in the open, police confronted him again Tuesday night — one day after the state's attorney general ruled it's legal.
“Somebody called the police that somebody was walking around with a gun on their hip,” a West Allis police officer said.
“I would fit that description,” Krause said.
“That would be you,” a West Allis police officer said.
Police arrived up to investigate Krause while 12 News was interviewing him about his previous arrest for carrying a holstered gun on his hip outside his home.
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One officer saw Krause's gun and asked what agency he's affiliated with.
“I'm the same guy I was when you arrested me the last time,” Krause said. Read more