Guardian Angel - Securing the innocent

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UCLA Staff and Students Forced to Use Their Belts to Lock Doors During Yesterday’s Terrifying Murder Suicide

As a father, and a business owner in the door security industry, the articles I have read about the shooting at UCLA yesterday are very tough to read.   The reported in an online article written by Chris Pleasance and Wills Robinson on 1 June 2016, “UCLA staff and students were forced to use […]

2 Jun 2016

Butler News Express

Justin Osburn, General Manager of Max Motors in Nevada and co-owner with Lance Sargent of Guardian Angel, presented his product to Butler Rotary Club. Guardian Angel is an in-door security device that can protect school children, office workers, factory personnel, and any other building with inner doors to secure. It is enclosed in a small […]

13 Apr 2016

KSNF Joplin News

NEVADA, Mo. By day, Lance Sargent is a Nevada High School teacher and Justin Osburn runs a business. “Currently, I’m the general manager at Max Motors in Nevada,” said Justin Osburn, Guardian Angel. In their off time, they’re working on the Guardian Angel system. “We feel that the Guardian Angel covers all of the basis. […]

26 Mar 2016

The Nevada Daily Mail

Nevada entrepreneurs seek to secure the innocent by Matthew Resnick Nevada Daily Mail Nevada Middle School teacher Lance Sargent and Max Motors General Manager Justin Osburn are on a mission to secure the innocent.  “Securing the Innocent” is the slogan for their new active-shooter security device – The Guardian Angel. The patent-protected device hit the […]

19 Mar 2016