Cop Refused Treatment For Carrying Gun In Hospital

Mar 7, 2016 | 0 comments

Mansfield News Journal: Officer safety is a chief concern in the streets, but now some are questioning it at care facilities, too. Two months ago, Plymouth officer Wayne Liggett Sr. said he was denied treatment at Walk In Urgent Care, 1341 S. Trimble Road, because he was carrying his duty weapon. Even after it was verified he was a police officer and legally within right to carry his firearm, he was asked to leave, he said. Eyesight problems brought him to the clinic Feb. 8.

The officer, who has been in law enforcement for 33 years, said he was seeing floaters and flashes of …read more