After Marine veteran makes rescue, Baltimore police file gun charges against him
Cullens can be heard on police body cam footage telling officers, "If he hadn’t helped me, that guy would have killed me."
An officer responded, "I mean, look, the laws are the way they are in Maryland on handguns. Talk to city council, talk to your congressman about open carry, especially about a veteran who’s got a valid carry in another state."
Muldrow told Fox News his arrest is likely a constitutional violation.
"Is it violating the Second Amendment? Of course," Muldrow said. "When you are talking about military veterans, we serve our country overseas against enemies foreign and domestic, and here we are facing a state-to-state carry law? I really feel it is an injustice to our Constitution. It’s a technicality from one state to another."