Duluth Police: Two more teenagers arrested for having guns
DULUTH, MN. (KBJR) - Even more teenagers are behind bars, accused of having handguns in Duluth.
The arrests were made Wednesday afternoon in the Duluth Heights neighborhood.
According to Duluth Police, officers tracked down two 17-year-old boys at Bayliss Street and Wildwood Drive, after reports of a disturbance.
Police say one of the teens had a gun stolen from Superior.
The other also allegedly had a handgun.
Both weapons were loaded.
They also had more ammunition in a bag.
No one was hurt.
Both teens are being held at the Arrowhead Juvenile Center on pending charges ranging from possession of a stolen handgun to providing a false name.
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