“Denver Broncos star linebacker Von Miller was arrested Sunday at a gun club in Colorado … but his arrest has NOTHING to do with firearms, TMZ has learned.” Unfortunately, TMZ doesn’t seem to have learned anything about logic. If Von Miller was arrested at a gun club it has SOMETHING to do with firearms. “The 24-year-old All-Pro was trying to enter the Centennial Gun Store and Range just outside of Denver — and submitted to a routine mandatory background check, as required by everyone looking to shoot at the range. But the background check revealed a warrant out for Miller’s arrest — which was issued back in January after he failed to appear in court to face multiple traffic violations. According to law enforcement . . .
Miller had been charged with careless driving, driving without a license and having no proof of insurance back in October 2012. Miller was taken into custody at the gun shop — and was hauled to a nearby Sheriff’s Dept. where he was booked.” Wait. What? Who “took him into custody” at the gun shop for traffic violations? The LGS proprietor dropped a dime on him? That’s dangerous in principle and practice—a bad precedent for people who just want to shoot their guns in peace.