STAMFORD, Conn. — Four teens were charged Friday with possession of weapons after being pulled over by police for allegedly running a red light on North Street, reports the Stamford Advocate.
While the vehicle was pulled over, Stamford Police saw the black end of what appeared to be a gun and searched the car, the story says.
They reportedly found a shoebox with a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun used to fire blanks, along with a BB gun.
Arrested on multiple charges were William Bonapart, 18, of Stamford and Erick Gonzalez-Saaverda, 18, of Bridgeport, according to the article. Two juveniles were also charged.
For the full report see the stamfordadvocate.com .
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