Police say Winnipeg man hit sizzling water after stun weapons seized at border – Winnipeg
A Winnipeg man faces firearms smuggling fees after border guards in Vancouver intercepted a package deal of stun weapons destined for his mailbox in January.
After receiving a tip from the Canadian Border Providers Company (CBSA), Winnipeg police situated the suspect earlier this month and arrested him with out incident.
The 38-year-old man was launched with circumstances.
“We’re taking steps to maintain our communities secure by seizing unlawful weapons and guaranteeing that those that break the regulation are held accountable,” CBSA Prairie director Lisa Laurencele-Peas mentioned in an announcement.
“I wish to acknowledge and thank our CBSA officers and the Winnipeg Police Service for his or her cooperation and continued vigilance on our borders and in our communities.”
Winnipeg Police and Border Patrol have arrested a person accused of constructing and promoting 3D printed ‘ghost weapons’.
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