Criminal Arrested After Bringing Loaded Gun to Trampoline Park

A man with a criminal record was taken into custody after being accused of bringing a loaded firearm to a trampoline park in Massachusetts over the weekend. Chantra Say, 32, of Fall River, was charged with several offenses, including carrying a high-capacity firearm, ammunition possession, and resisting arrest, the New Bedford Police Department said.

Authorities received a report of an armed man at Funz Trampoline Park in New Bedford on Saturday around 7 p.m.

When police came to the scene, they saw Say attempt to give a bag to someone else before discarding it in a nearby garbage can, according to police. Say allegedly resisted arrest but was eventually handcuffed.

A 9mm handgun and 13 rounds of ammunition were found in the bag that he had thrown away.

Police reported that Say refused to identify himself during the booking process. They later discovered that he was on probation for charges of assault with intent to commit murder and firearm possession in Bristol Superior Court. He was involved in a shooting in Fall River during the summer of 2010, which resulted in his conviction.

The incident is currently under investigation.