Crime And Law

Man in custody on multiple felonies after firearms discovered during local traffic stop

KETTERING — A man is facing multiple felony charges after police officers found firearms inside his vehicle in Kettering late Sunday night.

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Officials initiated a traffic stop in the 1600 block Prosser Avenue just before 11:40 p.m. Sunday, according to Kettering Police’s blotter report.

The officers found three firearms after the driver told them there were no weapons in the vehicle.

Kettering Police wrote on its social media page that officers found three loaded AR-style firearms in the vehicle.

The driver, Irving O. Williams, 23, is in custody on multiple felony charges including weapons under disability, CCW, improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, and a probation violation, Kettering Police said.

He is also the subject of two protection orders.

Kettering police called this a “great example of proactive police work that our officers do on a daily basis to help our community safe.”

Williams is currently in Kettering Jail awaiting a court appearance, according online jail records.