Police recovered about 150 guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition from a one-bedroom apartment following a four-hour standoff in suburban Pittsburgh.
McCandless police say officers arrested 52-year-old Russell Laing on Sunday morning. Officials say he confronted officers with an assault rifle around 1 a.m. as they responded to a medical call at an apartment building about 10 miles outside of Pittsburgh.
A SWAT team helped remove Laing from the apartment about four hours later and he was taken to a hospital for treatment. Laing faces charges including aggravated assault and making terroristic threats.
Police say Laing had more than a hundred guns, including assault weapons and antiques, and about 15,000 rounds of ammunition in his apartment.
It was not immediate clear if he had an attorney.
Police recovered about 150 guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition from a one-bedroom apartment…
by Tactical-Life.com / Mar 22, 2010