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4 Buffalo men charged with gun possession, SAFE Act violation

4 Buffalo men charged with gun possession, SAFE Act violation

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Buffalo Police investigate a fatal accident at Hertel Ave. by Tennyson Ave., in Buffalo, N.Y., on Friday, March 30, 2018, involving a Buffalo Police car and 60 year-old woman pedestrian.The police car was driven by a 6 year veteran responding to a call for service. (John Hickey/Buffalo News)

Four Buffalo men were arrested Wednesday night and charged with weapons possession after a loaded handgun was found in their vehicle, according to a police report.

Police pulled the vehicle over at about 10:20 p.m. after the driver, identified as Dorrell Foster, 27, failed to stop at a stop sign at Olympic and Alma avenues. In addition to a handgun, two full 10-round magazines – the possession of which became illegal under the SAFE Act – were found in a backpack in the rear passenger seat, according to the report. The SAFE Act makes it illegal for magazines to be loaded with more than seven rounds of ammunition, with exceptions for gun ranges or shooting competitions.

Foster and three passengers – identified in the report as Jalen M. Anderson, 24; David C. Williams Jr., 21; and Joshua A. Barnes, 27 – were charged with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of an ammunition feed device.

Foster and Barnes also were charged with marijuana possession. Foster was ticketed for failure to stop at a stop sign and drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle, according to the report.

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Officers responding to a 911 call about 11:08 a.m. found the victim in a home on Highgate Avenue, between Parkridge and Cordova avenues, just south of the University at Buffalo's South Campus.

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