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Kansas Man with Concealed Carry Permit Shoots Wife Accidentally

Posted on the 07 March 2013 by Mikeb302000
Local news reports
William H. Mize Jr., 66, has a court date Thursday on charges of aggravated battery and carrying a concealed weapon while under the influence.
Police said Mize and his wife were sitting across from each other at the restaurant on Jan. 2 when the man reached into his front pants pocket and accidentally discharged a small pistol, striking his wife in the leg just above the knee. She was treated at a hospital and released.
Mize had a valid permit to carry a concealed weapon but Kansas law does not allow people to carry concealed weapons if they are under the influence of alcohol. The Longbranch, 8600 Marshall Drive, serves alcohol.

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This one will count as one of the supposedly highly rare incidents involving concealed carry permit holders. The reason, somehow the fact that he has a permit made it into the news. 

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