Evanston police say they stopped a 20-year-old Evanston youth late Tuesday in the 1600 block of Foster Street, suspecting he was violating the city’s curfew, only to find out he was in possession of a loaded handgun.
As a result, they arrested Ronald N. Green, of 1726 Central St., and charged him with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.
In the course of the investigation, according to Cmdr. Ryan Glew, officers attempted to pat down the suspect, who attempted to flee on foot.
Ronald Green (EPD photo)
After a short foot chase, Glew said, Green was apprehended. When officers assisted Green up off the ground, they found a silver Bauer .25 caliber handgun where he was laying. The gun was loaded with a round in the chamber, Glew added.
Green later admitted he was in possession of the gun, Glew said, and was charged with unlawful use of a firearm by a felon. Bond and court date are pending.
20 years old is hardly a youth! He is a full grown adult at 20. Keep up the fine work EPD!
An experienced, felonious,
An experienced, felonious, adult at that. Prison time a must.
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