Three men in Baltimore were arrested last Wednesday in separate incidents for handgun violations, city police said.
Dominic Kicks, 32, was pulled over in the 300 block of South Pulaski Street for vehicle equipment violations, police said, adding that they seized a loaded handgun from him.
The second arrest was 19-year-old Kyree King, police said. Police said officers were conducting an investigation in the 3700 block of Overview Road when they seized a loaded gun and drugs from King.
Georon Bowens, 18, was also arrested for a loaded handgun in the area of the 100 block on North Fremont Street, police said.
Officers said they saw a group of people huddled in an alley. The members of the group dispersed when they saw the officers, police said. Bowens fled on foot and was displaying characteristics of an armed person, police said.
Police said Bowens discarded a loaded semi-automatic handgun, which was recovered.
All three men were transported to Central Booking and Intake Facility and charged with handgun related violations, police said.