Drugs, assault rifle and parts to build machine gun found in house near schools, police say


Drugs, assault rifle and parts to build machine gun found in house near schools, police say

A Norwood man is in custody after police found marijuana, handguns, an assault rifle and parts to build a machine gun in his house, officials said. and distributing marijuana and THC oil, equipment for extracting THC oil from marijuana, four handguns, an assault rifle, parts to build a machine gun, .22 caliber ammunition , .45 caliber ammunition, .223 caliber ammunition, 5.56mm ammunition and a large supply of fireworks as well as material suggesting he was building his own fireworks, the said. police. The amount of evidence seized necessitated the use of the police car to bring him back to the station, Norwood police said. 29 offenses including possession of an assault weapon, possession of a machine gun, possession of a firearm without a license (five counts), possession of an incendiary device, possession with intent to distribute Class D (four counts) and drug violation in a school zone (four counts). Norwood Police thanked the Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime Task Force (NORPAC) for their assistance in this matter.

A Norwood man is in custody after police found marijuana, handguns, an assault rifle and parts to build a machine gun in his house, officials said.

Items seized from Andrew Origlio’s house at Geraldine Drive include marijuana, hash oil, THC edibles, materials for packaging and distributing marijuana and THC oil, materials to extract THC oil from marijuana, four handguns, an assault rifle, parts to build a machine gun,. 22 caliber ammunition, .45 caliber ammunition, .223 caliber ammunition, 5.56mm ammunition and a large amount of fireworks as well as material suggesting he was building his own fireworks. firework, police said.

Andrew Origlio

The amount of evidence seized necessitated the use of the police car to bring it back to the station, Norwood police said.

Origlio, 29, was arrested and charged with 29 offenses, including possession of an assault weapon, possession of a machine gun, possession of a firearm without a license (five counts), possession of an incendiary device, possession with intent to distribute class D (four counts) and violation of drug law in a school zone (four counts).

Norwood Police thanked the Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime Task Force (NORPAC) for their assistance in this matter.

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