Police chief can't shoot straight, loses badge4/11/2012
The police chief of a North Carolina town has been forced to turn over his gun and badge because he can't shoot straight. Thomas Bennett has been the Richlands chief of police since 1999, but when he failed his annual firearms qualification training, the state's Criminal Justice Standards Division suspended him. Bennett is no longer allowed to drive a cruiser or flip on the lights or siren, but he can still perform his management duties. The Daily News of Jacksonville quotes a source as saying Bennett scored a 40 out of 100 on his most recent shooting test. A minimum of 70 is required. Bennett says right now he's aiming to retire in July.
Agree with the decision to suspend the chief?