GREENFIELD, Ind. (WISH) - The president of WRFM Radio – RadioMom was arrested Tuesday for having a gun at a school.
Officials say Martin L. Hensley, 52, of Greenfield, was arrested and preliminary charged with possessing a firearm on school property. That was around 12:30 p.m. at Harris Elementary.
According to a release, a Greenfield Central School Corp. security officer called police advising that there was a man in the school with a shoulder holster, which is commonly used for holding hand guns.
Hensley told the officer the gun was in his vehicle. His vehicle was parked in front of the school with a semi-automatic handgun in plain view.
Officials say Hensley was at the school to have lunch with his children.
According to state law, a person can have a gun in their vehicle on school property only if they are dropping or picking up their children.
According to the Federal Communications Commission's website, Hensley is the president of WRFM Radio – RadioMom.
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