Heavily armed N.H. car salesman held for Mass. home invasion
Officer Elvin Vasquez found car keys in Kenney's pockets and found the car by pressing the panic button on the key chain, the court records said. The court document states that officers could see in the back seat a duffel bag with several assault rifles and shotguns. The car doors were unlocked, and police also reported finding a loaded shotgun, an AK-style assault rifle, a camouflaged tactical vest, high-capacity ammunition magazines and ammunition.
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