Maybe if they took it with them they’d be charged with stealing it, if the state paid for it. Missing 1,000 rounds of ammo? Sounds like it was used in training.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kris Kobach’s successor as Kansas secretary of state says his staff found an unsecured gun in a file cabinet after taking over the office.
The discovery of the .45-caliber pistol in January was mentioned in a timeline that Secretary of State Scott Schwab’s aides produced as they investigated how 1,000 rounds of ammunition purchased during Kobach’s tenure went missing. The Wichita Eagle reports that it obtained the document through an open records request.
Kobach had a staff member, then-Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Craig McCullah, receive law enforcement training and the timeline shows McCullah was reimbursed for […]