Indiana State Police arrest man with multiple warrants
LOWELL, Ind. -- The Indiana State Police conducted a routine improper headlight traffic stop which led to the arrest of man with multiple warrants.
Trooper Justin Hasnsen of ISP conducted the stop at the U.S. 12 Porter/Lake County Line on Saturday around 11 p.m. when the individual allegedly verbally stated false information twice when requested for idetification.
After concluding that the man did not have proper identification and checking his computer with the information provided, Hansen proved it was not who he stated to be.
After a third request the subject identified himself as Diondray Gill, 27 of Gary, Indiana.
According to officials Gill admitted to having multiple outstanding warrants and no valid driver’s license before a search revealed a loaded handgun under the drivers seat.
Gill was booked on preliminary charges of Idnetity Deception level 6 Felony, False Informing A-Misdemeanor, Operator Never Licensed C-Misdemeanor, and Handgun No License A-Misdemeanor.
Officials say Gill had three outstanding warrants including Kidnapping/criminal confinement with a nationwide extradition, and two local warrants from the Gary Police Department.
Troopers say Gill was taken to Porter County Jail and a female passenger was released without charges.