Real Gun Found During 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' Shoot
Police officers were called to the scene after a cameraman spotted a semiautomatic handgun on a rock.
Police officers were called to the shoot of "Law & Order: Los Angeles" on Wednesday after a real gun was found on the scene, the Associated Press reported.
The NBC series' spokesperson said the crime drama was filming in the Culver City area when a cameraman spotted a semiautomatic handgun on a rock.
A police spokesperson said the gun was in working order and will be test-fired, with the results logged for possible crime matches.
Skeet Ulrich and Corey Stoll, who star as detectives in the show, were on location for a scene in which they arrest a man for murder.