ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A federal Grand Jury has indicted an Albuquerque man on dozens of charges for allegedly smuggling guns into the U.S. and selling them.
In late January, federal agents removed nearly 1,500 guns from Robert Adams' home and business.
Rifles were lined up on the lawn with box after box of handguns.
The feds say Adams, a licensed gun supplier, also removed markings on the guns so they couldn't be traced by law enforcement.
Adams has not been arrested, but will have to report to federal court later this month to face the charges.
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