Colorado

Sep 17, 2012 7:16 PM by Greg Boyce

Longmont City Councilman faces charge for bringing gun to court

LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) - A Longmont city councilman accused of bringing a concealed handgun into the Boulder County Justice Center is facing a misdemeanor charge.

The Longmont Times-Call (http://bit.ly/UgNglQ ) reports Brian Bagley, a criminal defense attorney, is charged with knowingly and unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon. He is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 25.

Authorities say the .45-caliber Colt Defender was spotted in Bagley's briefcase Aug. 31 after he put it on the courthouse's security conveyor belt. Bagley says he got the weapon for protection at his law office and accidentally left it in the briefcase.

Colorado law allows someone to carry a concealed weapon in their home, car or place of business, but otherwise requires a permit for anyone who isn't a law enforcement officer. Bagley doesn't have a concealed carry permit.

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