Sacramento Sheriff's Dept. search Elk Grove home, discover 94 firearms including grenades and bomb-making materials

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department executed a search warrant in Elk Grove that led to the discovery of 64 firearms and the arrest of one suspect.

The Sheriff's Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) Detectives had investigated Francisco Jesus Osor Santiago II, 47, for weapons violations, including possession of machine guns, assault weapons, silencers, and explosives. The search had assistance of the Special Enforcement Detail (SED) and the Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) teams.

During the search, the firearms recovered included several assault weapons, 50 caliber rifles, a sawed-off shotgun, a 40mm launcher, machine guns, silencers, five live grenades, several partially assembled grenades, pipe bombs, and additional bomb-making materials.

Santiago was booked into the County Jail yesterday for various weapons violations and possession of explosives and his being being held on a $2 million bail. Arraignment is on February 29.

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Renegade said...

And hardcore 2nd Amendment supporters say, "so, wat's the problem?"
No problem until you piss him off and he fire bombs your home, sends 100's of AK-47 rounds into your home or at your kid's school. The 2nd Amendment says "the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."

Do you want this guy living next door to you?

Sid Vicious said...

Was this guy some sort of MAGA nut planning for the next riot, or an arms dealer. I agree with Renegade, I don't want this dude in my neighborhood. Maybe if I complain enough Mayor Bobbie will pay these types off to move to Galt!

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