The owner of a Hooksett gun store has apologized to Concord police for his conduct during a State House gun rally this week. In a YouTube video, he is seen kicking an officer’s keys when they fell to the ground and cursing at police as they arrested a gun rights demonstrator. The “Concord Monitor” reports that in a letter to the police chief, the owner of Riley’s Sports Shop said he regrets what happened, describing his actions as inappropriate.
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