A St. Paul man was charged with possession of ammunition by an ineligible person (prior crime of violence) after a traffic stop in Hastings on April 11.
At approximately 2:44 a.m., an officer with the Hastings Police Department was on patrol when he observed a vehicle parked near a gas station and ran a routine license plate check. The vehicle came back as stolen out of Hennepin County.
The officer eventually asked the occupants to step out of the vehicle. During a subsequent search of the vehicle, a backpack was found that contained four rounds of ammunition and mail containing the defendant’s name, Anthony Dashawn Bond, 44. The defendant confirmed the backpack was his. He was a passenger in the vehicle.
A review of his criminal history shows a conviction for a crime of violence that disqualifies him from possession of ammunition.
Charges were filed April 13.
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