Sunday, October 8, 2017

Wisconsin Man Facing Charges For Having An AR-15 And One Handgun In Vehicle Near Chicago's O'Hare Airport

32-year-old man from Wisconsin was taken into custody during a traffic stop for speeding by Chicago police when several weapons were found in his vehicle shortly after leaving the O'Hare International Airport.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 8, 2017

Chicago, Illinois - On Saturday, Santos Zamora, 32, of Sheboygan, Wisconsin is facing a felony charge for having several weapons, an AR-15 including a handgun in his vehicle while speeding in the City of Chicago. Zamora had just dropped off a friend just before 8 a.m. at the O'Hare International Airport when police notice that he was speeding while leaving the airport area.
When police conducted a traffic stop for speeding at the 5600 block of N. Cumberland Ave. and searched Zamora's vehicle, they found a handgun in front and an AR-15 in the trunk of the vehicle including a pressure cooker. The pressure cooker had food particles and police don't believe that Zamora was threat.
Zamora was arrested and cooperated with police and federal authorities who were notified about the pressure cooker and weapons. Two other passengers with Zamora were detained for questioning and were later released. Zamora was booked by Chicago police for one felony count for aggravated use of a unlawful loaded weapon and was cited for speeding between 15 to 20 MPH over the speed limit and having no auto insurance, according to Chicago police.

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