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Mar 14, 2012

GSU removes gun and ammunition from streets

The Gang Suppression Unit on Sunday night recovered an improvised or homemade handgun shortly after David Hernandez was shot and killed on Racecourse Street. While responding to that shooting, the GSU was tipped off about a gun that was thrown into a yard on George Street. The officers searched the yard and found the weapon under a pickup truck. Scenes of Crimes personnel lifted fingerprints from the gun, but it may not be the murder weapon. According to the GSU, the expended shells recovered from the scene were nine millimeter caliber while the homemade gun uses twelve gauge cartridges.

Dudley Lopez

And joint operations with the GSU, San Ignacio police and special branch this morning, led to the arrest of forty-three year old Dudley Lopez of the Shawville Area. During a search of his house, police found twenty-five magazines for an M-sixteen rifle, two bullet proof vest and one ballistic portion of a vest inside a bedroom. Lopez was arrested pending charges of Kept Firearms for which a Gun License Has Not Been Granted and Possession of Unregistered Bullet Proof Vests. The GSU reports that Lopez was also wanted by San Ignacio Police for Burglary.

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2 Responses for “GSU removes gun and ammunition from streets”

  1. Charlie Price says:

    BAD BOY BAD BOY What you gonna do?


  2. Islander says:

    I bet this guy knows where the M-4s that use these magazines are. Yup as in the stolen BDF weapons

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