CARLSBAD, N.M. (KRQE) - A Carlsbad teen is back in jail after being found wandering a public recreation center with a loaded gun.
Harley Yerby, 18, was arrested this weekend at the Riverwalk Recreation Center.
Police officers recognized her because they've had many dealing with her.
They say she had a handgun stuck in the wasteband of her jeans.
Yerby was already wanted for allegedly stealing a car and setting it on fire along with several other teens.
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