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Court: Trooper with Mental History Cannot Carry Gun Off-Duty

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Trooper Michael Keyes

Trooper Michael Keyes

by Matt Miller, PennLive.com

Pennsylvania State Trooper Michael L. Keyes is in an odd situation. When on duty, he can carry a gun.

Yet while off duty, he is barred by law from possessing any firearms, because seven years ago he suffered from deep depression, repeatedly tried to kill himself by taking drugs and was involuntarily committed for mental health treatment.

Keyes’ latest attempt to be allowed to have a gun all the time was rejected this week by the state Superior Court.

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