Stolen Credit Card Purchase Leads to Privately Manufactured Firearm Arrest

Stolen Credit Card Purchase Leads to Privately Manufactured Firearm Arrest
Photo: seized in this arrest

Originally published as a Sacramento Police Department Facebook post

“Last month, officers from our North Problem Oriented Policing (NPOP) Team began conducting an investigation related to a report of numerous firearm components that were purchased online with a stolen credit card. Through the investigation, POP officers were able to determine the involved residence and yesterday, with the assistance of SPD SWAT, served a search warrant.

During the execution of the search warrant, five individuals were safely detained and a search was conducted. During the search, officers located numerous firearm components, equipment for manufacturing privately manufactured firearms (Ghost Guns), a privately manufactured assault weapon, narcotics, and evidence of narcotics sales.

Based on the investigation, the following two suspects were arrested:

18-year-old Jamair Morris (Arrested for conspiracy, firearm related charges, and fraud/theft related charges)

22-year-old Steven Williams (Arrested for narcotics sales related charges, conspiracy, firearm related charges, and fraud/theft related charges).”

 

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Stolen Credit Card Purchase Leads to Privately Manufactured Firearm Arrest was last modified: June 12th, 2022 by admin
Categories: Sacramento
Tags: conspiracy, fraud, gun

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