Cranston Traffic Stop

As reported by C. Eugene Emery Jr. in the May 4, 2010 Providence Journal, Cranston police conducted a routine traffic stop of a speeding car. During the stop, the police noticed markings on the car's armrest, which led them to a secret compartment inside the vehicle. Upon opening the secret compartment, police discovered a loaded semiautomatic handgun and rounds of ammunition. Police then arrested the passenger of the vehicle and charged him with felony counts of having a loaded weapon in a vehicle, not having a license for the handgun and being a convict in possession of a firearm.

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