INKSTER, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – Michigan State Police arrested two during a traffic stop in Inkster.
It happened Sept. 7 and police say the vehicle was driving without headlights activated.READ MORE: Drive To Repeal Law Gov. Whitmer Used In Pandemic Clears Hurdle
Troopers went to contact the driver and observed a loaded .40 cal. semi-automatic handgun on the driver floor.
The driver was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon which was later determined to be stolen.
A bag of crack cocaine was found on the passenger in the vehicle. The passenger was also arrested.READ MORE: Chief Craig: Police Shooting Suspect Was Grieving, Possibly Intoxicated
This is an ongoing investigation.
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The driver was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon. During the investigation the passenger was found to have a baggie of crack cocaine. It was determined that the recovered handgun was stolen. Both parties were arrested and the investigation continues. pic.twitter.com/ep5rN1oAEz
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