Drawing gun on Calif. school crowd 'justified'


By Sean Garmire
Times-Standard

EUREKA, Calif. — After reviewing initial reports about a Eureka police officer who drew his gun at a crowd of people at Eureka High School earlier this week, Eureka Police Chief Garr Nielsen said Thursday it appears the officer's actions were justified.

"I don't believe, at this point, he violated department policy," Nielsen said.

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