Bronx NY Man Allegedly Possessed Pistol, According to Port Authority Police

Arrested Port Authority Police Possessing a PistolPort Authority cops arrested a Bronx New York man accused of possessing a handgun while driving through Fort Lee, NJ.

The suspect, a 34-year-old man from Bronx, NY, was driving in Fort Lee and allegedly had a loaded gun and illegal ammunition in the vehicle.

Port Authority cops pulled over the suspect’s motor vehicle on I-95 north in Fort Lee NJ after they allegedly saw that the windows on the car were illegally tinted.

The police officers spoke to the suspect, who reportedly was unable to give them vehicle registration.

Police ran a check on the suspect and reportedly found out that he had an arrest warrant in South Brunswick, New Jersey.

Port Authority police officers subsequently searched the suspect’s car and reportedly came across a loaded 9mm pistol. According to authorities, the gun was loaded with hollow-point bullets and was reported stolen in Philadelphia, PA.

The suspect has been charged with a number of crimes, including weapons offenses and receiving stolen property. Police also cited the suspect for a traffic violation.

Possession of Pistol Charges, Stopped by Port Authority Officers

To learn more about this case, check out the article, “Traffic Stop by Port Authority Police Leads to Weapons Arrest.”

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