A Massapequa woman was one of four people arrested early Wednesday after a traffic stop in Baldwin turned up a gun, according to Nassau County Police.
Latisha D. Grafton, 19, of Grand Street in Massapequa, was a passenger in a 2010 Chevrolet that was observed speeding by State Police along Grand Avenue in Baldwin.
Police uncovered a loaded hand gun and loose, live rounds during the ensuing traffic stop. Police also linked the gun to a burglary that took place Oct. 19.
John F. Robinson, 19, of Baldwin, was charged with criminal possession of a weapon second degree, criminal possession of a weapon third degree, criminal possession of a weapon fourth degree and operating an unregistered motor vehicle on a highway.
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Grafton was charged with second degree criminal possession of a weapon and fourth degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Two others facing similar charges are Jahvis P. Williams, 19, of Baldwin, and Briana Garland, 19, of Uniondale.
The four will be arraigned at First District Court in Hempstead on Thursday.
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