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A former Marine Liam Montgomery Collins, Jordan Duncan and another man Paul James Kryscuk from Idaho accused of participating in a lucrative conspiracy to manufacture and sell hard-to-find firearms in North Carolina will be transferred to that state, a district court judge said on Tuesday American.
Arrests Made in Conspiracy to Illegally Manufacture Firearms
Liam Montgomery Collins
Paul James Kryscuk
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Jordan Duncan, Liam Montgomery Collins and Paul James Kryscuk Age
Ex-Marine Jordan Duncan, 25, and Paul James Kryscuk, 35, both of Boise, have each waived hearings to pave the way for transfers. The case also involves another former Marine, Liam Montgomery Collins, 21. Authorities say Collins is from Johnston, Rhode Island.
Authorities said Duncan and Collins had previously been assigned to Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina.
Court documents say the plot involved the manufacture and sale of hard-to-find guns and gun parts by Collins and Kryscuk, so buyers of the guns would be unknown to government agencies.
Ronald E. Bush District Court judge
Ronald E. Bush District Court judge in Boise said he did not have a timeline for transfers through the US Marshal Service.
The US Department of Justice and court documents indicate that Kryscuk received money from Collins for a short barrel rifle and 9mm pistol with a silencer attached to the end of a barrel to reduce noise when the the gun is drawn. The devices are heavily regulated by US authorities. According to Kryscuk, consumables to craft suppressors have been purchased.
According to authorities, Kryscuk sent weapons from Idaho to Jacksonville, North Carolina, under a pseudonym. Documents also indicate that Kryscuk shipped the short barrel rifle to Collins. Court documents indicate that the rifle went to Pennsylvania.
Collins and Kryscuk are charged with conspiracy to manufacture unregistered weapons and ship them across national borders without a license. If found guilty, they face up to 20 years in prison.
Authorities say Duncan was aware of and participated in the plot. He is charged with conspiracy to manufacture and ship firearms across state lines. If found guilty, he faces up to five years in prison.