Cops arrested an upstate New York father and son for allegedly having an arsenal of weapons, including sawed-off shotguns and fully automatic rifles, New York State Police said.
Following a three-month investigation, state troopers searched the home of David and Daniel Grinnell on 258 Radley Road in Nassau, a town in Rensselaer County, and found 16 long guns, nine handguns, and high-capacity ammunition clips, police said.
Some of the rifles and shotguns had illegal modifications, such as sawed-off barrels, collapsible stocks, and automatic firing capabilities, police said.
Authorities said that neither David, 54, nor Daniell, 23, has a New York state pistol license, which is required for owning a handgun.
Father and son were arraigned in federal court on federal charges of illegal possession of a machine gun, police said.