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2 Restaurant Workers Fired for Refusing Service to Police Officer

Two employees—one a manager and one a cashier—of a restaurant in North Carolina have been fired after it was discovered that they refused to serve a police officer with the Roxboro Police Department.

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Texas Restaurant Apologizes for Asking Armed Officer to Leave

A Brazilian Steakhouse released a statement apologizing after a manager at its San Antonio, TX, location mistakenly asked a local law enforcement officer to leave the restaurant Saturday night because he was carrying a gun.

In Response to Starbucks Incident Black Rifle Coffee Company Donating Coffee to Law Enforcement

The veteran owned and operated BRCC’s “Coffee For Cops” campaign will donate a bag of coffee to law enforcement agencies for every purchase until July 12; up to 10,000 bags will be distributed to agencies across the nation.

Tempe Officers, Chief Meet with Starbucks Execs Over Treatment of Police

Tempe Officers Association President Rob Ferraro says Starbucks again apologized for the July 4 incident, and the police officers "came away from the meeting feeling heard and respected."

Uniformed North Carolina Deputy Rejected from Jewelry Store for Duty Weapon

A deputy with the Iredell County Sheriff's Office was turned away from a national jewelry store chain as he attempted to pick up his fiancé's engagement ring. The reason: the uniformed law enforcement officer was wearing his duty weapon.

Video: California Cafe Won't Serve Police Officers

It all started when an Oakland police sergeant stopped by Hasta Muerte Coffee in the Fruitvale District of the city to introduce himself and to buy a cup of coffee, but the sergeant was denied service.

California Cafe Won't Serve Police Officers

A new café in Oakland, CA, is refusing to serve law enforcement officers as a matter of policy. More Here.

Video: TN Officer Asked to Leave Restaurant Over Carrying Duty Weapon

A Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer was asked to leave the Outback Steakhouse in Cleveland, TN, Friday night because he had his service weapon on him.

TN Officer Asked to Leave Restaurant Over Carrying Duty Weapon

A Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer was asked to leave the Outback Steakhouse in Cleveland, TN, Friday night because he had his service weapon on him. More Here.

CA Gas Station Denies Cutting Off Service to Border Patrol Agents

Alla Alagha, the station’s assistant manager, said, "There’s definitely no policy against law enforcement. We are a very friendly gas station. We have no problems with anyone. Business is business.”