CAMBRIDGE, MASS. (WHDH) - A Cambridge man is facing weapons charges after police say they found dozens of illegal guns — including a complete AR-15 build kit and a milling machine — while executing two search warrants on Tuesday.
As a result of an investigation that launched in July after the U.S. Postal Service alerted Cambridge police to suspicious activity at an address on Seven Pines Avenue, officers executing a search warrant at that home and a second home on Gold Star Road found 25 illegal guns, three unregistered assault rifles, parts to make dozens of additional illegal firearms, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, five bullet-proof vests, body armor, and milling machines, according to Cambridge police.
During the course of the investigation, police determined that more than 75 packages worth more than $26,000 were delivered to Devine, including a complete AR-15 build kit and a milling machine, with return addresses primarily originating from gun and weapons companies.
As a result of the search, Matthew Devine, 39, who did not have a license to carry, was arrested on 26 counts of possession of a firearm or ammunition without an FID Card, three counts of illegal possession of assault rifles, six counts of illegal possession of a large capacity feeding device, three counts of possession of a silencer, one count of possession of ammunition, and one count of use of body armor in the commission of a felony.
Thursday, October 25, 2018
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Cambridge man arrested after police seize illegal arsenal containing assault rifles, body armor
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