Did you know that cops actually give tickets to motorists—not just cyclists—who run red lights? On Tuesday night, three police officers pulled over a car for doing just that—and then they heard NYPD radio transmissions from inside!

According to the police, at around 8:25 p.m. Officers Sarah Sweigart, Marc Lebron and Christian Allen noticed a 2009 Nissan Altima "operating recklessly." The driver also "disobeyed a red signal" near Bushwick Avenue and Grand Street, so the cops stopped it, and when they got to the vehicle, they heard the NYPD radio transmissions. From the NYPD:

Officer Sweigart then observed the rear seat passenger attempt to kick something under the front passenger seat. The occupants were asked to step out of the vehicle and two loaded guns (.40 Caliber Glock and a .38 Caliber revolver) were found under the front passenger seat. The three men were then placed under arrest without further incident. Also found in the vehicle were five police scanner radios.

They brought the three men in the car, Aaron Batista, 41; Kea Kelly 23; and Soto Benito, 25, to the 90th Precinct—and subsequently found that one of them was wanted for an alleged police impersonation incident on January 6 (a 41-year-old suspect flashed a police-style shield and black gun at a 25-year-old man).

The three men were charged with criminal impersonation of a police officer, criminal possession of a weapon, unlawful possession of a radio device, menacing and harassing.