Headline: Shootings prompt personal protection

WUPW, Toledo's Fox News affiliate, is reporting that more people are considering carring a concealed handgun in the wake of two violent encounters.

From the report:

"Frightening that you can't go out in public without having to worry about your safety.late at night,” said Derek Mungons, who lives a few blocks from one of the shooting incidents.

Mungons is glad he got a conceal-carry permit. A 9mm pistol is now strapped to his side.

"I do carry and never thought I would," he admitted. "People seem to have less and less respect for other people's property and lives."

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