A Gurdon resident has been charged for possession of a gun.

A Gurdon resident has been charged for possession of a gun.
After hearing of a complaint, officers responded to the residence of John Thomas Prince, who was reported to have threateningly displayed a Mossberg New Haven 12 gauge pump-action shotgun at a neighbor. According to court documents, Prince is currently on parole and under active supervision.
The defendant allegedly admitted to having the shotgun before leading authorities into his home and surrendering the weapon. At the time of the incident, it was loaded with five slugs and a round of buckshot.
For the habitual Class B felony of possession of firearms by certain persons, Prince could face between five to 30 years in prison, and/or a maximum fine of $15,000.