Police in Calhoun, Ga., arrested two men Wednesday they say were working as armed security guards without proper registration.
Investigators arrested Christopher Gisler, 20, of Calhoun and Omar Haughton, 33, Duluth, Ga., according to a news release.
Police Chief Garry Moss explained that state law requires armed guards to be registered with authorities. The men were found working at Advanced Wellness on Curtis Parkway.
Both men remained in the Gordon County Jail this morning, with bond pending.
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