The officers were investigating a report of an assault made by two men who claimed someone they knew only as "John" demanded money and hit one of them in the face with a gun when they refused, the Manchester Union-Leader reported.The police tracked down the suspect, who turned out to be Bijoel, 28, and approached him while he was walking his daughter with Gagnon, 23, according to WBZ-TV.When the police approached, she took control of the carriage and attempted to walk away but the trio was ultimately detained without incident, Manchester police told the station."Further investigation lead to the recovery of a loaded 9mm handgun from the storage area of the carriage located under the child's seat," Manchester police Lt. Maureen Tessier told MyFoxBoston. "The gun was later determined to have been stolen."Bijoel is accused of armed robbery with a stolen handgun with bail set at $65,000 cash-only. In addition, a probable cause hearing is set for Aug. 1 to explore possible felony charges of armed robbery, theft by unauthorized taking of a firearm and felon in possession of a firearm, the Union-Leader reported.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Concealed gun found in baby carriage
Here's a new twist- hiding your concealed guns in your child's baby carriage. This New Hampshire couple thought that was a good idea, until they got caught. From an article about the incident: