Lawmaker won't face criminal charge for gun inside airport
A northern Michigan lawmaker will not face criminal charges for carrying a loaded handgun through pre-flight screening at an Emmet County airport. The Petoskey News-Review and The Detroit News report Monday that Prosecutor James Linderman said in a release that he won't charge state Rep. Lee Chatfield because Michigan's law is not current with federal law in defining where inside airports guns are prohibited.
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