It’s a building of dignity and honor, but what happened at the state capitol recently has law enforcement crying shame.
“Everybody in that building knew who we were,” said Wagoner county sheriff Bob Colbert, who, along with 40 other sheriffs from around the state, converged on the capitol as they do every year to meet and greet and lobby. Until…
“One of the senators, who they wouldn’t tell us, complained because we were armed in the building,” he said.
They were then given a choice, disarm or there’s the door.
“So we all packed up and left,” he said.