Concealed handgun licenses earned by former students of Gatesville instructor Adam Stephen Fitzer could be at risk of being revoked following Fitzer's arrest.

Fitzer has been charged with tampering with a governmental record after allegedly falsifying certificates of training for students who did not complete the required ten hours of instruction for a concealed handgun license.
Hicksville Gun Range owner J.D. Hicks tipped off police that students were being certified without proper instruction after noticing that two certificates were issued for students whom Hicks did not have records for.
It is unclear how many students would be audited if Fitzer is convicted. All licenses obtained through Fitzer's course will remain valid pending the outcome of the case, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.