By Ed Stannard
The commissioner of the state’s public safety department has filed
suit against the state Board of Firearms Permit Examiners and a Derby
man, appealing the return of the man’s pistol permit in what a state
prosecutor had called “a nothing case.”
Scott Lazurek, 36, of 21 Burtville Ave., was a security guard who
had had his permit revoked by West Haven police in June 2013. Police
had stopped him and a friend on the city boardwalk as they carried their
loaded pistols in the open.
Lazurek refused to show his permit, which he was later found to have with him. His friend willingly showed his permit.
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