Semi-automatic rifles seized at Woodstock border crossing: RCMP
A 56-year-old man and a 46-year-old woman have been charged after police say two semi-automatic rifles were seized at the Woodstock, N.B., border crossing.
The RCMP say Canada Border Services Agency officers found the rifles and prohibited overcapacity magazines when the pair arrived at the border crossing Wednesday evening.
Mounties later searched a home in Teeds Mills, near Woodstock, and seized several firearms and ammunition, along with some cash.
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David Allen Polchies and Sharon Ann Weeks, both of Teeds Mills, are charged with importing restricted firearms.
The CBSA has also laid charges for non-report, untrue statements, and smuggling under the Customs Act.
Both appeared in Woodstock provincial court on Thursday and have been remanded into custody until a bail hearing on Oct. 10.