Continued from page 1 On New Year’s Day at a location in Belleville, Ill., a Denny’s manager asked a customer to leave because she was carrying a gun. The manager did not know the woman was a plainclothes police officer eating with her co-workers, who also were not wearing official police uniforms. Though Denny’s policy allows law enforcement officers to carry weapons in its restaurants, the group of police officers left the store, prompting the police chief to ban ...

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