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Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler, Photo Credit: Redoubt News
Sheriff Daryl Wheeler Explains Constitutional Carry
Sheriff Daryl Wheeler is a proactive sheriff that supports the Constitution.
has put his
efforts into guaranteeing the rights of the citizens in Bonner County
and the State of Idaho.
Wheeler was first elected in 2008 as the Bonner County Sheriff.
In December 2011, he
was sworn in as the President of the Idaho Sheriff's Association
Sheriff Daryl Wheeler met with the Oath Keepers of Bonner County to explain the new law, and answer their questions on how it pertains to each citizen.
"I was very, extremely happy about ...
"I was very, extremely happy about this," Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler said.
"There has been so many people working on this."
Wheeler is the legislative Chairman of the Idaho Sheriff's Association and is the former president of the group.
The bill doesn't remove restrictions on felons or others prohibited from owning a gun.
Before the bill, it was legal to carry concealed without a permit so long as you were outside city limits.
Some police chiefs expressed concerns with the bill and Wheeler
said that the new law shouldn't change the way law enforcement does their job.
"We consider everyone we stop in a vehicle or a ped stop on the street, that someone is carrying a weapon," Wheeler
But really, I think it creates a fear that really realistically isn't there," Wheeler
The bill will go into effect on July 1st, according to Wheeler
In Idaho, Bonner County ...
In Idaho, Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler wrote to the state's governor, Butch Otter, exhorting him not to resettle Syrian refugees.
"They had just gotten off the ...
"They had just gotten off the plane and had gotten an alert that their alarm system had gone off," said Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler.
"When they turned on their smart phone, they saw that their son, who did not have permission to be there, was breaking into the house," said Wheeler
advised that he
was coming down and to put the dog away," said Wheeler
The company behind the security cameras adds that Check managed to turn off one of the cameras at one point, but the footage was already backed up off-site.
"One saying I always say is 'We never catch the smart ones.' So this is somebody who knew there was a security system there.
And it was his
day to go to jail," Wheeler
Bonner County Sheriff