LPD finds loaded ‘ghost gun’ in Lincoln vehicle

Ghost Gun

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A “ghost gun” was uncovered by officers with the Lincoln Police Department (LPD).

After pulling over 18-year-old Kobe Phillip-Amerson for a suspended license, officers searched his car and found a loaded .40 caliber “ghost gun,” an untraceable firearm without a serial number, under the driver’s seat, as well as some drug paraphernalia.

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This led LPD investigators to serve a search warrant at Phillip-Amerson’s home near S 13th and ‘E’ Streets Friday, around 7:45 am.

In the home, nearly 530 g of marijuana, multiple calibers of ammunition, and various gun parts were found.

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Phillip-Amerson was cited for carrying a concealed weapon and driving with a suspended license.

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