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TRAFFIC STOP RESULTS IN FELONY WEAPONS CHARGES FOR CROSSVILLE MAN

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While patrolling in the Mayland area late Tuesday night, Cumberland County deputies came upon an older pickup truck that neither stopped at a stop sign nor used its turn signal. The deputy initiated a traffic stop along U.S. Highway 70 North.

Dispatch determined 39-year-old Theodore Charles Hafner’s license was suspended and he had a felony record.

Hafner told deputies he had a gun in the center console. The firearm turned out to be stolen from Rockwood.

Hafner was placed under arrest and charged with driving on a revoked or suspended license, theft of property and felony unlawful possession of a weapon. He was placed under $16,000 bond and has a March 11 court date.

The Rockwood Police Department was notified and they indicated they would recover the firearm.

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