The incident resulted in his termination. Hovan has a concealed weapons permit, but did not inform Walgreens that he was in possession of a gun at work — a weapon he purchased, he said, after the store was robbed in 2007. Walgreens fired him, now he’s suing them.
Full story – HERE
That’s strike 2 (that I know of) for Walgreens when it comes to not acknowledging some “good” that came from a firearm in one of their stores. If you remember back in May of last year in Omaha NE some punks tried to rob a Walgreens and one of them got ventilated. Walgreens didn’t give a shit and couldn’t even thank the guy.
If I owned Walgreens I would have at least bought the pharmacist a new concealed carry weapon as a thanks, not to mention a “sorry” for having to go through such an ordeal. I wish the pharmacist much luck with his lawsuit.
Hat tip: Jon Y, Steve P