When Pioneer High School choir director Steven Lorenz noticed a man openly wearing a pistol before a concert at the school in Ann Arbor, Michigan, he told the man he was making people uncomfortable. Joshua Wade thanked him for letting him know. That wasn't enough for Lorenz, who then called police. Multiple officers responded to the call and quickly determined Wade was lawfully carrying the weapon. And then the concert went off without a hitch. Nah. University of Michigan, Flint, musician Brian DeBlassio took it upon himself to photograph Wade. After the concert ended, he tried to get everyone's attention and pointed out Wade. Later, DeBlassio posted Wade's photo and identifying information online.
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