Boston Police report arresting a 15-year-old from Somerville and men from Roxbury and Charlestown after stopping their car in South Boston, initially because officers throught its window tinting was too dark.
Police say gang-unit officers initially tried to stop a car with darkly tinted windows at Columbia Road and Old Colony Avenue shortly before 6:30 p.m. but the driver wouldn't stop.
Police say that when the officers did manage to pull the car over, they found more than $2,500 in cash, "several plastic baggies containing twenty-eight rock like substances believed to be crack cocaine and a loaded firearm." The gun, a Glock 43 9X19, had ten bullets in it, police say.
The driver, Shami Grant-Sampson, 22, of Charlestown, was charged with failure to stop for police, operation with a suspended license and possession of Class B drugs. Lennox Pierre-Louis, 20, of Roxbury was charged with trafficking Class B drugs. The teen, too young to have his name released, was charged with being delinquent for unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition and possession of a Class B drugs with intent to distribute, police say.