A man who federal investigators say had more than 1,000 guns in his ritzy Los Angeles mansion in May has been charged 64 different felony counts including 23 for possessing assault weapons, 17 counts of transferring guns without a license and 15 counts of unlawful assault weapons possession. If Girard Damian Saenz is convicted of all charges, he’ll spend up to nearly 50 years in prison. It took 30 agents more than 15 hours to collect all of the guns from the man’s Bel-Air home. Feds called Saenz’s property “a hoarder’s house of weapons.” Cops don’t think he used the guns for criminal activity or terrorism.
Man arrested after 1,000 guns found at Los Angeles home is charged.
If convicted as charged, Girard Damian Saenz, faces a maximum sentence of more than 40 years in prison, prosecutors said.https://t.co/1XI4Ofayp6 pic.twitter.com/O0s0i8TiV6
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