Muskegon County hidden gun instructor accused of teaching non-legal lessons


MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – A concealed pistol instructor in Muskegon County is accused of delivering classes that do not meet legal requirements, which could invalidate the licenses of people who attended the classes.

On Tuesday, August 11, Muskegon County Sheriff’s investigators announced they were investigating an instructor for violating Michigan gun law.

Investigators said it was “substantiated” that a concealed pistol license instructor, who taught classes on South Dangle Road and Cherry Court in Muskegon Township, had conducted classes that did not meet legal requirements .

The instructor issued course completion certificates between September 1, 2019 and August 10, 2020.

Police said they were collecting the names of people who took the courses and filing CPL certificates with the Muskegon County Clerk’s Office.

Investigators are asking anyone who obtained a certificate at either location during the period to contact the Muskegon County Sheriff’s Office at 231-724-7126.

They say the CPL may be invalid.

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