Police find gun during traffic stop; man on probation for attempted murder
The Youngstown Police Department arrested a man on probation for attempted murder after officers found a concealed weapon on him.
Donald Mulholland, 34, of Austintown was arrested on charges of carrying a concealed weapon and having weapons while under a disability.
According to the police report, Mulholland was pulled over for running a stop sign on the 500 block of Cleveland Street.
Police said Mulholland appeared nervous when questioned.
Police then asked him to step out of the vehicle, and he told them he did, in fact, have a weapon on him.
Mulholland was handcuffed, and police found a .22-caliber handgun in his waistband.
He was then arrested and is currently in the Mahoning County Jail.
He is on probation for an attempted murder in 2004, where reports say he fired several rounds at a man at a South Edgehill Home in Austintown.
Records show Mulholland plead guilty to the charge of attempted murder.