21 year old Boston Celtics monitor Sebastian Telfair was captured after the police halted him for speeding and wound up tracking down a stacked handgun under the seat of his SUV.
Telfair is from Brooklyn and he was halted at around 4 a.m. at the Bronx River Parkway in Yonkers, New York, after he was speeding at 77 mph in a 45 mph zone. This was revealed by the Westchester County police representative Kieran O'Leary.
Neither Telfair nor Al Eden Fuentes, the traveler, had a substantial driver's permit. This brought about the Range Rover being set for impoundment and was search by a cop. It was during the inquiry that the official saw the handle of the handgun standing free from the front seat.
Telfair and Fuentes guaranteed that they didn't know 6.5 creedmoor ammo about the weapon. The police, notwithstanding, are examining whether the weapon was enrolled and assuming this is the case, to whom.
Telfair and Fuentes, an inhabitant of Queens, were delivered under the watchful eye of the Yonkers City Court on charges that included crime second degree ownership of a weapon and both argued not liable. The bail was set at $7,500 and both are because of return to the court on May 17, 2007.
Celtics' proprietor Wyc Grousbeck said that the players had been cautioned last year to submit to the group and association firearm denial alongside the state regulations and the group was treating the charges against Telfair extremely in a serious way yet would just demonstration after the realities were found out.
In the 2004 draft, Telfair was the thirteenth pick and was exchanged last year to the Celtics from Portland.
In February 2006 while Telfair was with Portland, he was addressed by the police at the Logan International Airport in Boston after a handgun that was enlisted on his sweetheart's name was found in his pillowcase in the group's plane. For this offense, the Trail Blazers fined Telfair and suspended his for two days.