August 2, 2007
Albany -- A 16-year-old robbery suspect had a loaded gun in his pocket when Albany Police arrested in East Albany Wednesday night.
Fifty-three-year-old Mark Walker told Police he was standing in front of his house in 200 block of Thornton Drive about ten o'clock when a young man with a gun walked up behind him and demand money.
Walker gave the robber $14.00. The suspect then ran off with two other boys.
Minutes later, police stopped a suspect in the 1800 block of Keystone Avenue and found a loaded .38-caliber Smith & Wesson pistol in his back pocket.
Walker identified the 16-year-old as the robber.
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