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Agent says alleged gunrunner used Granite State post office
Crisafi was paid $3,300 in Bitcoin for that first transaction, but unwittingly sent the gun to an address affiliated with an undercover operation being carried out by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Special Agent Ryan Landers said in a sworn affidavit.
Crisafi, who owns an independent trucking company, arranged to ship the weapons through New Jersey en route to Thailand, according to Landers.
Landers said on May 29, Crisafi suggested to his new buyer that he could broker further deals, saying in part, "the possibilities are endless once we do enough business."
Crisafi continued to pitch other potential gun sales and prices while speaking with the undercover investigator in early June, court documents say.
Crisafi is now trying to broker a plea deal in U.S. District Court in New Jersey — three months after his arrest by Hampton police and federal authorities.
Police seized quantities of marijuana and steroids while searching Crisafi's home on Esker Road, according to court records.
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