A motorcycle cop was surprised on Saturday morning, June 12, around 11.50 am when a cyclist almost ran into him. The man ran a red light at an intersection. He was immediately put aside. The officer asked for his ID. The suspect stated that he did not have it with him. The officer then decided to look in the man’s bag to check whether there was any ID in it. Meanwhile, another agent was associated with the control.
The bag was opened and one of the officers saw that it contained a firearm. The suspect was immediately arrested and taken to the police station. After further investigation, it turned out not to be an actual firearm, but a pellet gun. Further search revealed that the man also had a white powder in his pocket. A first test showed that it could possibly be about 9 grams of speed. The suspect has been detained for further investigation. The drugs and the weapon were seized.
Cyclist drives through a red light and turns out to be carrying a (fake) firearm
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