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Two arrested for 3D printing guns

Edmonton police have charged a man and woman for allegedly stealing vehicles and 3D printing guns.

Back in March police began an investigation into a residence near 105 Street and 38 Avenue, which led to a search warrant being executed on March 31.

During the search police arrested 39-year-old Chantelle Cullum while issuing a warrant for the arrest of 37-year-old Damien Sharp.

The raid resulted in police seizing two stolen motorcycles and a 3D printed handgun.

In late April police found Sharp near 142 Avenue and 80 Street in a stolen car. When Sharp was arrested, police discovered that he owned a loaded revolver. While searching the vehicle, police found another loaded handgun, an automatic rifle, and an assortment of ammunition.

Sharp is facing 21 charges that range from careless storage of a firearm to possession of stolen property, with his next court date scheduled for May 24.

Chantelle Cullum has been charged with possessing stolen property under $5,000, possessing stolen property over $5,000 and the unauthorized possession of a prohibited/restricted weapon. Her court date is in mid-June.

Firearms seized by Edmonton Police.
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