Armed Trump Supporter Was Arrested In Charlotte For Being Present Near Polling Station After Casting the Ballot
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg police received several reports of an alleged “intimidating” armed man hanging around a polling station. The man was forbidden to appear again at the polling station.
The man was identified as Justin Dunn, 36. According to official reports, Dunn was legally carrying a concealed weapon and was legally in the area. Moreover, he did not show any aggression but nevertheless was arrested.
The incident began around 10:34 a.m. at Precinct 212 on Doug Mayes Place and “continued to loiter in the PVA of the voting site,” reports WECT.
The arrest was due to a ban on re-visiting the area to vote. The officers decided to go beyond warning. They put handcuffs on the man and “charged with second-degree trespassing” in a public place.