Lancaster man charged with alleged possession of ghost weapon

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – A Lancaster man faces felony charges after allegedly possessing a ghost gun.

Lancaster Police said detectives encountered Kaeden Wynn following a shooting at the McDonalds on North Franklin Street on January 26.

Police say Wynn was not involved in the shooting but was encountered by officers after the attack.

Police say Wynn was allegedly in possession of a 9mm polymer P80 Ghost pistol.

On February 20, police located Wynn at an apartment building on N. Plum Street and arrested him on a count of carrying firearms without a license.

Wynn was charged and sent to the Lancaster County Jail on $100,000 bail.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is urged to contact the Bureau of Police at 717.735-3300. Lancaster man charged with alleged possession of ghost weapon

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