BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Three males are facing firearms, robbery and assault charges after a traffic stop by Baltimore County police yielded three loaded “ghost guns” and a robbery victim’s wallet, police said.

On June 2, an officer assigned to the Towson Precinct pulled over a vehicle with five passengers for a traffic violation.

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During the stop, the office learned of a robbery that occurred earlier in the 500 block of York Road, police said, and searched the vehicle, revealing the “ghost guns” — unserialized firearms that can be assembled at home — and the robbery victim’s wallet.

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Five people were arrested, two of them juveniles, police said.

The three adult suspects — 27-year-old Xavier Clatterbuck, 20-year-old Joshua McDuffie and 18-year-old Zakhai Morrison, all from Baltimore City, according to court records — face charges for firearms offenses, robbery and assault, police said.

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They are being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center without bond.

CBS Baltimore Staff