Harford County residents may soon be able to purchase a new kind of weapon. A resolution is on the table to legalize stun guns and Tasers, just like Anne Arundel County recently did.
Controversial vote. Anne Arundel County becomes the first in central Maryland to allow residents to carry stun guns and Tasers. The County Council voted Monday to lift the ban on electronic control devices.
With gun control in the national spotlight, Anne Arundel County is facing another weapons issue. One councilman wants to make it legal for anyone 18 and over to carry a stun gun or Taser.
An Anne Arundel County Councilman wants to give residents the right to bear stun guns.
Baltimore’s police force has had tasers for more than 10 years. Sunday night, City Police Commissioner Fred Bealefeld was in “60 Minutes” to talk about their use.