Police Find 'Ghost Gun' During Lothian Traffic Stop; Odenton Man Arrested

A privately made handgun without serial numbers, also known as a ghost gun, was allegedly found by police while conducting a traffic stop in Lothian. 

On November 20, 2021, at approximately 9:35 p.m., an officer pulled over a white 2016 Hyundai SUV on Solomons Island Road at Bayard Road. Upon speaking with the driver, the officer received information that led to a search of the vehicle, resulting in the seizure of a loaded .40 Caliber Polymer 80 (unserialized) handgun found beneath the driver's seat.  

The driver was arrested, charged accordingly and identified as: 
 
Walter Lee Czajkowski
24-year-old
Odenton, Maryland

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