B.C. man charged over alleged 3D-printed gun-making lab – BC

A B.C. man is going through legal prices after police raided what they are saying was a gun-manufacturing lab utilizing 3D printers.

In a media launch Thursday, the Mixed Forces Particular Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) stated arrested two males and a lady on Might 28, 2021 because it raided three properties in Abbotsford and one in Aldergrove.

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Winnipeg police, Border Companies arrest man accused of creating, promoting 3D-printed ‘ghost weapons’

At one of many Abbotsford properties, police stated they discovered a pair of 3D printers, 3D printed pistol frames and Glock firearms elements.

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Officers additionally seized 1.7 kilograms of methamphetamines’ and 300 grams of fentanyl, the CFSEU stated.

Prosecutors have since charged Tyson Saverio Santolla, 33, with firearms manufacturing, possession of a restricted weapon and possession for the aim of trafficking.

He has since been launched on court-ordered situations.


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