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Sunday, October 1, 2017


There is no other way to put it, there are way too many guns on Hartford's streets. And way too many irresponsible gun owners in Hartford. Or maybe the proper term is gun possesors, ownership seems to imply a legal right to have the gun.

From HPD, the incident below is a perfect example, this occurred today at Main and Westland Streets:

On 9/23/17, at 0326 hours, HPD responded to the above intersection on a report of a motor vehicle operator "slumped" over the steering wheel. Upon arrival, officers aroused the operator and asked her to step out of the vehicle. Once outside of the vehicle, officers observed a firearm on the floor of the operator's front seat. The .22 caliber firearm with one round in the chamber, and obliterated serial number, was recovered and secured. The operator was taken into custody without incident. The operator stated that she did not know who the firearm belong to. Sgt. Michels was notified. Excellent job by all officers on scene!

Arrested: Milner, Shanell Latisha (10/13/92) 149 Barbour Street, Hartford, CT Charges: Weapons in a Motor Vehicle, Altering or Removing ID Markings, Criminal Possession of a Firearm, and Carrying a Pistol without a Permit.

Recovered: (1) Chrome GPC Model 10 with (1) .22 caliber round in chamber Towed: 2016 Blue Ford Focus, CT Reg. AJ35227, VIN#1FADP3K26GL352169 Registered Owner: Cooper, Latecia 116 Freeman Street, Hartford, CT


Anonymous said...

There was an effort this summer by federal agencies to go after violent offenders and gun crime but it was cut short due to members of the police department sabotaging and blocking federal efforts. Maybe if the citizens of Hartford want gun crime reduced they should take a hard look at why $500,000 in resources was turned away.

Anonymous said...

Maybe because the ATF can’t play nice with locals turd.