Plymouth Police: Intoxicated Driver Arrested Had Illegal ‘Ghost Gun’
Plymouth police say a rollover crash overnight resulted in an arrest and the recovery of an illegal weapon.
Police responded to a pickup truck rollover on Highway 169 early Wednesday. According to police, the driver was highly intoxicated.
Officers who arrived on scene rendered aid and the driver was transported to a nearby hospital for injuries sustained in the crash.
Plymouth police say officers also recovered a so-called “ghost gun,” a firearm with no serial number.
The male suspect faces charges for multiple offenses, police said.
Tonight officers responded to a single vehicle rollover crash on Hwy 169. Upon arrival contact was made with a male driver who was highly intoxicated and had minor injuries. While on scene, officers located a ghost gun (gun with no serial number) near the vehicle. Male was… pic.twitter.com/49s6tTahz5
— Plymouth Police, MN (@PlymouthMNPD) October 11, 2023