Convicted Felon Allegedly Busted With Firearms Inside Condemned Residence

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JAMESTOWN, NY (WNY News Now) – A convicted Pennsylvania felon is in police custody after he was allegedly busted with several firearms in Jamestown.

On Thursday Jamestown Police responded to a north side address to investigate a possible trespass in a condemned residence.

Timothy Peters was arrested after he was located inside the house and allegedly found in possession of a pistol, shotgun and rifle.

As a convicted felon, it’s illegal for the 58-year-old man to possess a firearm.

The Fairmont, West Virginia resident faces a slew of charges including felony criminal possession of a weapon and trespass.


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