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Police Apprehend Two NJ Men After Warrant Arrest Ends in Police Locating Gun


Police arrested two suspects who they say were in possession of a weapon in Trenton Friday. 

Trenton Street Crimes Unit Detectives were on patrol in the area of the rescue mission when they observed a small group gathered in the area.

Officials said Trenton Detectives observed Isaiah Freeman standing among the group and knew Freeman to have active warrants.

When the Detectives stopped to arrest Freeman on the warrants, Marcus Wells became startled and began adjusting his waistband.

Officials said Trenton Detectives were able to locate and remove a handgun from Wells and take him into custody without incident.

Both men were placed on warrant complaints for the listed charges:

Marcus D Wells was charged with the following: 

* Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Handgun) 

*Possession of a High Capacity Magazine       

*Defaced Firearm 

*Certain Persons Not to Possess Weapons   

Isaiah Freeman was charged with the following: 


*Lawrence Township Warrant   

Property Confiscated: 

Item #1: One (1) black-colored Tisas Zigana PX-9 9 mm (Defaced) loaded with thirteen (13) rounds