Gonzaga Students Face Expulsion for Defending Themselves With Gun From Wanted Felon (Video)

Two Gonzaga University students face expulsion after pulling a gun on a wanted felon who tried breaking into their apartment.

Campus police later came to their apartment and confiscated their guns.

Now the two Gonzaga students face expulsion.
NWCN reported:

Two Gonzaga University students could be expelled for using a gun to protect themselves at their University owned apartment.

GU leaders said the students violated a policy all students show know about when living in a school owned apartment.

Seniors Erik Fagan and Dainel McIntosh felt they needed to protect themselves in late October when a convicted felon came to their door asking for money. Fagan said he yelled for his roommate after trying to get the man to leave. McIntosh came down with his gun, which he has a concealed weapons permit for according to Fagan. The roommates said McIntosh scared the man off by flashing the gun.

The men called the Spokane Police Department and Campus Security. Police told them they did the right thing according to the roommates. Campus Security came back hours later. Security officers said they knocked but nobody answers. The roommates said that is when the security guard used a master key and came into their apartment.

Campus Security officers told the roommates that they violated GU policy and took the pistol. They also confiscated a shotgun the roommates had in their apartment.

Curiously, news organizations seem to be more willing to publish photos of the student victims than of the criminal.
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John Taylor – 6 time felon (The Blaze)
Hat Tip Paul

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