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Man Charged with Trying to Illegally Sell An AK-47

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SALISBURY, Md.- A Worcester County man is facing charges following accusations that he tried to illegally sell an AK-47 assault rifle in Salisbury.

Maryland State Police said that in late June of this year, investigators in Wicomico and Worcester counties received a tip 45-year-old David L. Catrino of the 10000 block of New Quary Road in Ocean City was trying to illegal sell an AK-47. As a result of the investigation that followed, Catrino was arrested at his place of employment on Monday, July 15, by members of the MSP Gang Enforcement Unit.

Catrino has been charged with unlawful sale/transfer of a regulated firearm and four counts of assault weapons violations.

He is being held on $50,000 bond at the Wicomico County Detention Center.

 

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