I TEAM: car stolen from gas station belonged to Cleveland police chief’s son, had gun inside

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EUCLID, OH – The Fox 8 I-Team has learned that a car stolen Saturday night from a Euclid gas station did indeed belong to Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams’ son. According to sources, there was a  gun inside the car.

A Euclid police spokeswoman says that 25-year-old Calvin Williams Jr. reported that his vehicle and gun were stolen from a gas station Saturday night.

According to police, Calvin Williams Jr. entered the Euclid gas station and left his 2011 silver Chevy Impala running. A thief then took off in the vehicle.

Euclid police said Sunday a gun was in the trunk and was not loaded.

Cleveland police spokeswoman Jennifer Ciaccia  confirmed Sunday that Calvin Williams Jr. is the police chief’s son. She said the gun belongs to the younger Williams, though she did not know if he had a permit.

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