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Two charged after officers find stolen gun, ammunition during traffic stop in Zion

20-year-olds Dylonn J. Williams and Kamryn B. Dussault were both charged after police found them in possession of two guns during a traffic stop in Zion | Photo: Zion Police Department.

Two 20-year-olds were arrested after officers found them in possession of two handguns, one of which was stolen, along with dozens of rounds of ammunition during a traffic stop in Zion.

Kamryn B. Dussault and Dylonn J. Williams, who are both from Zion, were charged with aggravated unlawful use of a loaded weapon without a firearm owner’s identification card. Dussault faces an additional charge of unlawful possession of a firearm by a delinquent under 21, court records show.

A Zion police officer on patrol around 8 p.m. Monday stopped a vehicle after observing it commit a traffic violation. The officer located two handguns and ammunition in the vehicle and officers took Dussault and Williams into custody.

One of the firearms, a SCCY CPX-1 9 mm handgun, was found with a loaded 30-round magazine next to it. The other handgun, a Ruger LC9 9mm, was loaded with 8-rounds, according to the Zion Police Department.

“The Ruger was reported stolen out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. A box containing another 37 rounds of 9mm ammunition was located in the glove box,” police said.

Dussault and Williams were transported to the Lake County Jail and appeared in bond court Tuesday where their bond was set at $40,000 each.


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