Originally posted by mrwiggins
north gate, south gate, those are the LSU boundries. you step part those your in a firearm's free zone. but remember this, in louisiana your vehicle is an extension of your home, and you can legally carry your firearm in th vehicle.
Don't forget the 1000 foot rule.
§95.2. Carrying a firearm, or dangerous weapon, by a student or nonstudent on school
property, at school-sponsored functions or firearm-free zone
A. Carrying a firearm, or dangerous weapon as defined in R.S. 14:2, by a student or nonstudent
on school property, at a school sponsored function, or in a firearm-free zone is unlawful
and shall be defined as possession of any firearm or dangerous weapon, on one's person,
at any time while on a school campus, on school transportation, or at any school sponsored
function in a specific designated area including but not limited to athletic competitions,
dances, parties, or any extracurricular activities, or within one thousand feet of any school
Last Spring Captain Roge with the LSU Police Department was a guest speaker at an LSU Firearm Rights Coalition meeting. He did a great presentation about laws regarding guns on campus and concealed carry. We're trying to get him back to do it again this semester and advertise for it more to get more people there.
The title of this thread makes sense. This happened on 3/2 at LSU in the mid-afternoon.
"The victim stated that in the Kirby Smith parking lot he was robbed at knife-point of approximately $325.00 and two chicken dinners. The victim stated that he walked back to his vehicle which was parked in the Kirby Smith parking lot after buying lunch at the LSU Union, placed his food on top of his car, took out his keys to unlock his vehicle when two black male subjects stood up from behind his car and displayed "switchblade knives". The victim took $325.00 cash out of his front pants pocket and gave it to the subjects. The victim managed to flee from the area without injury."