BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A Buffalo man is facing gun possession charges following an incident at a little league football game this past weekend.
On Saturday afternoon, police responded to the football game on Fillmore Avenue. They say there was an altercation between 31-year-old Larry Watkins and a coach, during which Watkins dropped a handgun on the field and fled.
At the scene, police say they recovered a 9mm pistol with 12 rounds. Following an investigation, Watkins was charged with second and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, as well as criminal possession of a weapon on school grounds.
Watkins, who’s on federal supervised release, is not allowed to own a gun. Police say he was apprehended after being identified as the suspect.
House GOP subpoenas IRS and FBI investigators involved in Hunter Biden probe
PHOTOS: Tropical Storm Hilary moves through San Diego
Eastman agrees to $100K bond in Georgia election case
Man accused of dropping gun at little league game during altercation with coach
Rep. Dean Phillips signals he won’t challenge Biden in 2024