Delaware traffic stop leads to firearms charges

SMYRNA, Del. (AP) — Police in Delaware say a traffic stop led to multiple weapons charges against a man.

The Delaware State Police say that 33-year-old Antonio Williams of Philadelphia was charged with multiple firearms counts. The charges range from aggressive driving to receiving a stolen firearm.

A news release says that a trooper observed a car driving aggressively in Smyrna late Saturday night. Police say the car was traveling at around 90 mph (145 kph), changing lanes erratically and tailgating other cars.

A trooper found a gun in the car and alter determined it was stolen, according to the release.

Williams didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

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