Boston Police report arresting two men from Bridgeport, CT on a variety of charges stemming from an armed robbery at Lamartine and Mozart streets in Jamaica Plain early this morning.
Police say Christopher Jamison, 35, used a gun to make a local man hand over his moped shortly before 2 a.m. Not long after, officers patrolling the area looking for the moped found it several blocks away at the Egleston Square Mobil station, with a man standing next to it, police say.
Officers approached the male at the gas station, and inside of the scooter’s seat, officers located a Smith & Wesson MP Shield 9mm firearm loaded with seven rounds of ammunition. The male was immediately taken into custody. The firearm was determined to be reported stolen out of Stratford, Connecticut.
Christopher Jamison, 35, was charged with unlawful possesison of a firearm, subsequent offense, unlawful possession of ammunition, receiving stolen property and, for the two Ecstasy pills police say officer found on him, possession of Class A drugs, police say.
As Jamison was being booked at the District E-13 station at Green and Washington streets, police say, Rodney Looney, 52, walked into the station and asked officers to give him the gun, which he said was his and that he had misaplaced it at a house party in Mattapan.
In a surprising turn of events, the male did not possess an active License to Carry and was subsequently taken into custody.
Lowney was then booked himself on charges of unlawful possession of a loaded firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition, police say.