Upon arrival, police found other people at the home who reportedly had moved the gun officers were there to obtain.
Over the course of the investigation, officers attempted to convince these people to surrender the gun to them, but the arrestees initially denied knowledge of a gun.
Eventually, officers were led to the gun’s location inside a vehicle.
The firearm was ultimately secured by officers for safekeeping.
The two people who moved the gun and temporarily kept it from officers were taken into custody and charged.
According to the report, Lisa Guerri, 53, and Jonathan Shertzer, 24, both of 52 Mapleview Drive, were charged with theft of a firearm, conspiracy to commit theft of a firearm, interfering with an officer and sixth-degree larceny.
Each was released after posting $5,000 bond for court Aug. 20.