Not that this will make the least bit of difference with the Black Lives Matter conspiracy crowd, who would believe the moon is made of bleu cheese if clowns like Shaun King tell them so. Multiple sources confirmed to WBTV Monday that the gun police say was found in Keith Lamont Scott’s possession when he was fatally shot by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police (CMPD) officer was reported stolen.
The gun, sources said, was reportedly stolen in a residential breaking and entering. The sources said the man accused of stealing the gun was interviewed and is on record stating he sold the gun to Scott.
Police have not released any information about the man accused of stealing the gun and selling it to Scott.
Scott, 43, was killed on September 20, while police were serving a warrant at The Village at College Downs apartment complex on Old Concord Road, in northeast Charlotte. His death sparked protesting across the city, erupting into violence.
Scott’s family has said he did not own a gun, but police said they recovered a gun at the scene of the shooting.