Troy City Council candidate faces CCW charge

Boyd Allen Tucker, the Democratic candidate for the 3rd Ward Troy City Council seat, has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon in connection to a March 31 incident in front of his Race Street home.

Tucker, of 19 W. Race St., admitted Thursday he had the weapon but said he was attempting to help a man who had been "jumped" and was being beaten on the sidewalk of 22 W. Race St., across the street from his house.

OFCC PAC Commentary:
If only Mr. Tucker had listened to the Ohio Supreme Court oral arguments, and secured his firearm in the open...he certainly wouldn't have been charged for any crime then, right?

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