Five Arrested for Ghost Guns in Baltimore

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BALTIMORE, MD – Police have arrested five people for ghost guns in Baltimore during a traffic stop.

Baltimore County police officers, assigned to the Towson Precinct, arrested five people last week following a traffic stop. Inside the suspect’s vehicle officers located three loaded ghost guns.

“They also discovered a wallet that belonged to a man who had just been robbed. That robbery occurred at approximately 2 a.m., June 2, in the 500 block of York Rd. Shortly after the initial robbery occurred, an officer pulled over the suspect’s vehicle for a traffic violation,” Baltimore police said. “During the stop, the officer learned of the robbery. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up three ghost guns and the robbery victim’s wallet.”

Clatterbuck, McDuffie and Morrison face several firearm charges as well as robbery and assault. All three adult suspects are being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center without bond.


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