via ClickOnDetroit

A 24-year-old Leonard man and a 40-year-old Jackson man were arrested after entering the Dearborn police station with tactical vests and armed with multiple firearms. The two men both filmed the incident. Cops were called early that afternoon after two suspicious men wearing tactical vests and masks were spotted at Ford Road and the Southfield Freeway. Once police arrived, the men were gone.

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Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad released a statement saying,

“I find this behavior totally unacceptable and irresponsible. This is not a 2nd Amendment issue for me. We had members of the public in our lobby that fled in fear for their safety as these men entered our building. I want to express my appreciation or the many calls of support we’ve received from the community including a call from the president of Michigan Open Carry, Inc. who made it clear that he and his organization stand with law enforcement and unequivocally condemn the actions that took place in our lobby this past Sunday.”

Both men were released after posting $1,500 bonds.

Check out their encounters below.