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Firearm seizure and arrest in Pittsfield


PITTSFIELD, Mass. (NEWS10) — Pittsfield police arrested Luke Yeborh on Friday, September 2 on multiple charges.

Around 3:32 a.m. on September 2, Pittsfield police patrol officer Shawn Courtney saw a car driving poorly and crossing the center lines in the area of Tyler Street at Burbank Street. Courtney carried out a car stop and identified the driver as Luke Yeborh. After further investigation, police found a loaded firearm inside the car near Yeborh. At first look, officers saw the that firearm appeared to have been assembled locally and doesn’t contain a serial number. According to police, these firearms are commonly known as “ghost guns.”

Charges

  • Operating a MV with a suspended license
  • Possessing ammunition without FID card
  • Carrying a loaded firearm without a license
  • Possessing a large capacity firearm
  • Possess large capacity feeding device
  • Marked lanes violation

Yeborh will be arraigned later in the day on Friday, September 2 in Central Berkshire District Court.


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