Loaded magazine for 9 mm handgun found on KU campus

photo by: Sara Shepherd

KU Office of Public Safety patrol vehicle, pictured June 2016.

A loaded 9 mm magazine, used in handguns, was found Tuesday morning in a west campus parking lot at the University of Kansas, KU police said.

A KU employee found the magazine just before 8 a.m., in parking lot 210, near the Kansas Geological Survey building, 1930 Constant Ave., KU Public Safety Deputy Chief James Anguiano told the Lawrence Journal-World.

Anguiano said the magazine has been placed in KU Public Safety’s lost and found. He said there would be no consequences for whoever left the magazine in the parking lot.

1930 Constant Ave, Lawrence, KS 66047

A year ago a student discovered a loaded .38-caliber revolver on the floor inside a toilet stall in Wescoe’s fourth-floor men’s restroom. Public safety officers learned that the revolver was stolen.

That has been the only incident regarding an unattended gun on campus, and this was the first regarding a loaded magazine, Anguiano said.

Since July 1, 2017, it has been legal for people 21 and older to carry concealed handguns on the campus of KU and other state universities.


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