Police: Man riding around in Albany with sawed-off shotgun in pants

Raymeir Worthen Raymeir Worthen |

May 15, 2018 07:27 PM

ALBANY - Imagine riding around in a car with a sawed-off shotgun in your pants. Albany police say Raymeir Worthen of Troy was doing just that.

Around 5:30 Monday night, officers stopped a vehicle on Lark Street driven by Alton Franklin of Albany. They say Franklin had a gravity knife on the armrest and Worthen had a loaded shotgun inside his waistband and down his pant leg.

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Both are charged with criminal possession of a weapon.

Worthen is also charged with marijuana possession.


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