Seven charged with gun trafficking in Inland Empire

Seven men accused of illegally possessing, manufacturing or selling guns in Riverside and San Bernardino counties are federally charged with felonies stemming from an investigation by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the agency said Tuesday, April 12.Miguel Avila, 26, of El Monte; Ruben Delafuente, 27, of Ontario; Damien Martinez, 22, of San Bernardino; Damon Moore, 27, of Bellflower; Jesse Nava, 28, of La Puente; Pablo Sandoval, 40, of San Bernardino and Jose Urbina, 35, of El Monte were arrested during a firearms trafficking investigation that resulted in the seizure of guns and drugs, according to the ATF.The agency said that more than 30 firearms were confiscated, several of them converted to fully automatic.“The majority were privately made f
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