Worcester man arrested for firearm possession after loud party disturbance

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WORCESTER — Worcester Police arrested a man early Christmas morning following complaints of a loud party and subsequent discovery of a handgun with a defaced serial number.

On Dec. 25 at about 12:15 a.m., officers were dispatched to a residence on County St. for a report of a loud party and a large group yelling outside.

After advising the group to quiet down, police returned to the same location around 3:40 a.m. due to continued noise and loud music.

Upon their arrival, officers observed over fifty individuals leaving the residence.

During the dispersal, 33-year-old Kerbily Ducasse caught an officer’s attention as he attempted to exit with an open bottle of alcohol.

Despite warnings that he would be arrested if he left with the bottle, Ducasse continued, resulting in his arrest.

A search incident to the arrest revealed Ducasse was in possession of a loaded handgun without a license.

The firearm’s serial number had been removed.

Ducasse faces charges including Carrying a Loaded Firearm without a License, Possession of Ammunition without an FID Card, Removal of Serial Number from Firearms, Possession of an Open Container of Alcohol, and Disturbing the Peace.

Ducasse, who does not possess a Massachusetts firearm license, is currently awaiting a court hearing.

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