Eric Lee has sued the DeKalb County police department after it refused to return his gun and to reimburse him for towing his truck. Lee, who has a concealed carry permit, went to check on a noise at a business he owned when cops confronted him. They charged him with loitering on his own property and seized his gun and towed his truck. A judge tossed out the charge at his initial appearance.
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