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Gregory D. Girard, 45, was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly storing approximately 20 weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition. Manchester-by-the Sea police executed the search warrant.
"Girard indicated he was preparing for ‘Armageddon,’ which he felt was imminent, and he felt martial law would soon be imposed,” Chief McKiel said in a statement.
Police seized all the weapons and ammunition and revoked Girard’s license to carry firearms. Girard has no criminal record.
In addition to the weapons and ammunition, police found a large collection of camouflage clothing, knives, bulletproof vests, helmets, and several pairs of handcuffs. They also discovered stockpiles of medicine and nonperishable foods.
A Manchester-by-the-Sea man arrested for stockpiling weapons and ammunition in his home allegedly told police he was preparing for Armageddon.
"Girard indicated he was preparing for ‘Armageddon,’ which he felt was imminent
since he felt Armageddon was imminent then why the need for guns? Just to bring it about a little faster?
...four counts of possession of an infernal device and four counts of possession of a dangerous weapon. Additional charges are pending, police said.
Originally posted by BlackPoison94
I say - make a hidden compartment, underground room and store everything in there!
Luke S. Huizinga, 18, of 126 Aunt Hack Road, Danbury, Conn., five counts of possession of a large capacity firearm, dismissed; carrying a dangerous weapon, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Jan. 29, 2010, $50 victim witness fee; three counts of possession of a firearm without an FID card, dismissed. Charges brought by the State Police-Leominster for offenses in Bolton.Source