Traffic Stop Reveals Two Guns, One Nine-Inch Knife
West U. police arrested a 24-year old Houston resident March 28 after a traffic stop revealed numerous warrants, two handguns and an illegal knife.
Russell Kryzkowski was driving a brown Honda westbound in the 4200 block of Bissonnet around 2:44 p.m. when an officer noticed that the car had a broken front windshield and multiple stickers in the rear window that obstructed the driver’s view.
Kryzkowski was pulled over, and according to reports, it was revealed that he had seven outstanding warrants from the Houston Police Department and the Bellaire Police Department. The warrants included charges of driving without insurance, driving without an inspection sticker, driving with expired registration and failure to appear in court.
Kryzkowski was driving with a suspended driver’s license and had no insurance. Police found two handguns inside his car and a 9-inch knife. According to police, carrying a knife with a blade longer than 5 inches is illegal.
Kryzkowski was arrested for unlawful possession of a weapon.