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Fort Saskatchewan man accused of trafficking weapons

These guns were seized by police from a Fort Saskatchewan home in February 2024 before the 33-year-old resident was charged. (Source: RCMP) These guns were seized by police from a Fort Saskatchewan home in February 2024 before the 33-year-old resident was charged. (Source: RCMP)
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A Fort Saskatchewan man has been charged after multiple illegal weapons, including several firearms designed for military use, were found at his home.

Police executed a search warrant at his home and on his vehicle on Feb. 13, seizing:

  • two prohibited automatic rifles;
  • one prohibited semi-automatic rifle;
  • one prohibited automatic handgun;
  • one restricted handgun;
  • two non-restricted semi-automatic rifles;
  • one non-restricted shotgun;
  • 33 prescribed prohibited magazines; and
  • four bayonets.

The 33-year-old was arrested and charged with 16 Criminal Code charges, including possession of a prohibited weapon and weapons trafficking.

He was scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday in Edmonton. 

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