A mental health call at a residence in Clarence has led to a series of charges for a 42-year-old woman from the area. The woman is facing multiple charges as a result of the incident.
According to the New York State Police, they were called to the home of Kara E. Halmstad on Monday in response to a 911 call reporting a “mental health incident” involving someone else.
During their investigation, troopers discovered that Halmstad had a Ruger EC9S pistol, a Heritage Rough Ride .22 calibre pistol, and two high-capacity magazines.
According to reports, Halmstad was arrested and charged with various offenses as he was found to be without a New York State Pistol Permit.
After her transport and processing at SP Clarence, Halmstad was issued an appearance ticket and subsequently released.
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