Monday, December 5, 2022

Alcohol Consumption Investigation at Windsor Park Yields a Loaded Handgun

The following is a press release issued by the Windsor Police Department. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:


A Glock 27 .40 caliber handgun with a 22-round magazine [Photograph from the Windsor Police]

On June 2, 2022, at approximately 9:37 pm, Windsor Police deputies were dispatched to the Pueblo Viejo neighborhood park located at 45 3RD Street, Windsor, to investigate a group of males drinking alcohol in the park.

The Town has an ordinance prohibiting alcohol consumption in neighborhood parks without a permit and prohibits being in a park after closing hours.

When deputies arrived, they observed four males in the park drinking beer. Two additional males were sitting inside the driver and passenger seat of a car parked adjacent to the park. Inside the the car, the deputies, saw an open beer on the passenger floorboard.

The car passenger was identified as 28-year-old Windsor resident Greg Rey Faber, and the male that had been seated in the driver’s seat was identified as 20-year-old Windsor resident Clayton Fitzgerald Woo. Woo was also determined to be the registered owner of the vehicle.

During a lawful search of the vehicle, a deputy found a Glock 27 .40 caliber handgun, which had a high capacity 22-round magazine inserted in the magazine well. The magazine was fully loaded with .40 caliber ammunition.

Clayton Fitzgerald Woo was arrested and booked into jail on the following charges: 25850 (c) (6) PC Unlawful possession of a firearm, 25850(a) PC Carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle, 25400 (c) (6) PC carrying a concealed loaded firearm in a car.

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