RACINE, WI– Officers found numerous crammed weapons and cannabis in a car during a traffic stop that happened 5:33 p.m. June 30 in the 1400 block of Douglas Avenue.
The Racine County District Attorney's Office charged Guy Evans, 25, of Racine, with belongings to provide, disperse and make cannabis, and bring a concealed weapon. If found guilty of both charges, Evans faces up to four years 3 months in jail and/or fined as much as $20,000.
According to the criminal problem:
Officers with the Racine Police Department conducted a traffic stop after they saw Evans “making furtive motions towards the area of the center console.”
After having contact with Evans, the officer understood that he had had prior contact with him. The officer saw a strong odor of marijuana originating from the cars and truck and saw a semi-automatic handgun in the cup holder in the center console.
Filled guns, marijuana and drug paraphernalia discovered
During a search of the cars and truck, authorities found packed guns and cannabis inside the car. Here's what the search showed up:
- The handgun pointed out above, a Walther P22, containing four live rounds in the magazine and a live round in the chamber prepared to fire
- An STG-44 Carbine rifle hidden by a cardboard box in the backseat of the lorry;
- A partly packed.22 caliber publication in the center console that seemed for an assault rifle;
- A black scale consistent with those utilized to weigh illegal drugs for sale
- A blue-chip bag including a few pieces of presumed marijuana
- A clear plastic baggie containing what seemed additional cannabis under the chauffeur's seat
Evans also had another baggie that had cannabis, 2 cellular phones, and $242 in several pockets. The baggie weighed 14.4 grams.
Racine County Court Commissioner Alice Rudebusch set a bond of $2,000. A status conference was likewise set for 9:30 a.m. July 30.
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