By Micah Rate
In January, law enforcement arrested 56-year-old New Jersey man George Carleton for selling a ghost gun in Hammonton, NJ. When police raided his home, they found an arsenal of illegal weapons. In total, law enforcement discovered 17 more ghost guns, over a dozen unregistered firearms, and the tools necessary for Carleton to manufacture even more weapons for sale.
Now, an Atlantic County Grand Jury has given a 22 count indictment.
From Press of Atlantic City:
On April 10, Atlantic County Grand Jury returned a 22-count indictment against Gregory Carleton, 56, of Evesham Township, for unlawfully manufacturing and selling “ghost guns” which are illegally-manufactured guns with no serial number.
Carleton was charged with second-degree unlawful possession of a handgun without a permit, fourth-degree unlawful manufacture of a gun or other weapon and fourth-degree sale of a gun or other weapon. Following the search of the vehicle, Carleton was charged with an additional four counts: two counts of second-degree unlawful possession of a handgun without a permit and two counts of fourth-degree unlawful manufacture of a gun or other weapon.
Following the April 10 indictment, Carleton is being held in the Atlantic County Justice Facility.
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