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Shotspotter alert leads to gun arrest in Baltimore

Posted at 10:36 AM, Nov 21, 2018

Some of Baltimore's newest crime-fighting technology lead to the arrest of a man with a gun on Tuesday. 

Around 8:39 p.m. police say they got a Shotspotter alert in the 2000 block of Robb Street.

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An investigation led them to 23-year-old Rondez Nelson who lives on that same block. Nelson was arrested after a brief chase with the assistance of Fox Trot, the police department's helicopter. 

After arresting him, officers found a loaded gun on Nelson. He was transported to Central Booking where he has been charged with several handgun violations.