Marine sticks to his guns, asks why he can't bring firearm into polling place
ST. JOSEPH CO. Ind. -- Indiana voters hit the polls on Tuesday to cast their Primary ballots, but one man was stopped before he could participate -- because he had a gun.
The Warren Township man walked into the polling location with a gun right on his hip.
It caused quite the stir at the fire department where the polls are now closed.
The man said it wasn't his intention to cause a scene, but he agreed to talk to us if we didn't show his face.
ABC 57's Jason Aubry reports.