Saskatoon Police arrest 46-year-old man for manufacturing restricted firearms

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – The Saskatoon Police Service Guns & Gangs Unit has arrested a 46-year-old man for manufacturing restricted firearms.

On January 26, 2022, a search warrant was conducted in the 200 block of 23rd Street East. Several firearms and firearm parts, including 3D printed components were seized.

Saskatoon Police arrest 46-year-old man for manufacturing restricted firearms
Saskatoon Police arrest 46-year-old man for manufacturing restricted firearms

The 46-year-old man was charged with Manufacturing Firearms, Possession of Firearms for the Purpose of Trafficking, and Possession of a Prohibited Device. The 46-year-old man remains in custody until his next court appearance, and the investigation into these offences continues.

The Saskatoon Police Service reminds the public that it is illegal to manufacture a firearm unless you have a proper firearms business license to do so. 3D printed guns do not change current weapons laws and present a risk to community safety. Lawful gun owners comply with numerous provincial and federal gun laws. Illegally manufactured weapons have no serial number and are a concern because they cannot be traced, if used in a crime. The SPS is committed to removing these illegal weapons from our community.

Court Information # 991186177

(Occurrence Number: 22-4376)

Saskatoon Police Service

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