12-Year-Old Seen Carrying AR-15 On Philly Street

PHILADELPHIA – a police officer in Philadelphia’s 15th District was called to a scene where a 12-year-old was seen walking down the street with a fully loaded AR-15.

KYW-TV reports 19-year-old Michael Mitchell was arguing with his neighbor on the 2200 block of Kennedy Street and was armed with a handgun, during the altercation Mitchell asked his 12-year-old brother to go grab the assault rifle.

Neighbors saw the 12-year-old boy walking down the street with the weapon and immediately called the police

“I immediately confronted two males, one a juvenile and a second adult male,” said Officer Krzysztof Wrzesinski.

 

Police say when they arrived both guns were inside a vehicle, but the teen tried to grab the rifle.

“I opened up the back door of the black Ford Taurus and he reached for the AR,” Wrzesinski said. “That’s when I yelled at him to ‘stop’ and he immediately stopped and complied.”

CBS Philly reports 19-year-old Mitchell has been charged with a third-degree felony violation of the uniform firearms act- no license, first-degree misdemeanor criminal conspiracy, first-degree misdemeanor terroristic threats, first-degree misdemeanor violation of the uniform firearms -on street, first-degree misdemeanor corruption of minors, first-degree misdemeanor reckless endangerment of another person and violation of the uniform firearms.

Police report the 12-year-old was also arrested, but It’s unknown if any charges are pending.

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One Reply to “12-Year-Old Seen Carrying AR-15 On Philly Street”

  1. Isreal, I wish I had better news for you. But the truth is, without a drivers license, you are prohibited form driving always, not just for a year or two. That is why they took your car. I would say just make sure you show up on time. The court is not going to care about your immigration status. All they will want to know is: do you have or can you get a drivers license; and do you have or can you get insurance? If you cant, you cant. You can still end the cases. It is not a serious or violent offense. It”s a common driving problem. If there is a misdemeanor, you do have the right to a public defender if you cannot afford to hire a private attorney. You should talk with an attorney familiar with your case in court before making any decision on a misdemeanor.

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