Shrewsbury police charge woman after finding stun guns in vehicle

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Shrewsbury police charge woman after finding stun guns in vehicle
A woman faces charges after police allegedly found these stun guns in her vehicle. (Photo/Shrewsbury Police Department)

SHREWSBURY – A Worcester woman faces charges after police allegedly found two stun guns in her car.

On Nov. 15 at 1:12 a.m., a Shrewsbury officer pulled a vehicle over on Boston Turnpike for alleged motor vehicle infractions. According to a press release, the driver gave a false name to police, but was later identified as Jeanne Harris, 33, of Worcester.

Shrewsbury police reported that a stun gun was visible inside the glove box while Harris obtained her registration.

Police allegedly also located a second stun gun and two cartridges.

Harris does not have a license to carry firearms or a stun gun, Shrewsbury police said.

Harris was charged with two counts of carrying a firearm without a license – stun gun and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

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