Handguns, gloves and ski masks are just some of the items police say they found in the car of a D.C. firefighter. Now, that firefighter and two others are facing serious charges.
Probationary firefighter Oshane Jones, 21, is now on paid administrative leave from the Engine 30 Firehouse where he worked. Prince George’s County Police say Saturday night, outside a Capitol Heights, Md. liquor store, Jones’ car was spotted in a handicapped parking space without a handicapped tag. An officer smelled marijuana coming from Jones’ car and spotted ammunition inside, including an ammo drum that holds 75 bullets.
Police confiscated a number of items from the car, including two Glock pistols, the ammo drum, two ski masks, latex gloves, a box of ammunition and $60 worth of marijuana. Jones and two others—St. Clair Edwards and Antonio Hensley—in his car were arrested on gun charges. Jones was later released on his own recognizance.