Burlington City Police Arrest Man with Gun Stolen from Morrisville
The Burlington City Police arrested a New Jersey Man after a brief struggle in which officers recovered a loaded stolen .9mm handgun reported stolen from Morrisville, The Burlington County Times reported Monday.
According to the BCT report, Police were responding to a dispute outside a local watering hole a little before 1 am on Keim Boulevard, Saturday night. Police said James Mobley, 40, fled the scene into a used car dealership located across the street and allegedly took what was described as a ‘tactical position’ behind a vehicle, and pulled a gun out of his waistband.
Mobley, from Riverside, New Jersey, is currently being held in the Burlington County Jail awaiting for a possible grand jury indictment was charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, aggravated assault and related offenses.
Police said the weapon was loaded with armor piercing rounds and a second type of ammunition.
Mobley is being held in the Burlington County Jail awaiting a possible grand jury indictment, the report said.
No information was released about how Mobley came into possession of the reported stolen hand gun.
Its the third gun seized by police over the last four days in Burlington the report said.