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Thursday, 27 March 2008

Milton Pacheco,Abraham Ojeda were charged with possession of a fully loaded machine gun

An anonymous witness to an apparent gun transaction on Chestnut Street last night led to the arrest of two suspects and the confiscation of a fully loaded machine gun.
One of the suspects was an illegal alien from Guatemala, Police Chief Anthony R. Scott said.A caller informed police of the transaction shortly after 10 p.m. and gave descriptions of the suspects and vehicles involved, Scott said.When police arrived at the scene, however, the suspects and vehicles were gone. The caller then called police a second time and gave the dispatcher the 93 Elm Street address of one of the suspects.There police found two suspects and one of the reported vehicles.
After frisking the suspects and obtaining permission from them to search the vehicle, police discovered and confiscated a Cobray M-11 9 mm machine gun with a fully loaded magazine.Also 97 rounds of Luger Winchester ammunition, 24 live rounds of Winchester 12 gauge buckshot, 4 live rounds of Remmington 12 gauge Magnum buckshot, two sections of galvanized pipe and a Kodak Fun Saver camera.
Milton Pacheco, 32, and Abraham Ojeda, 47, both of 93 Elm St., 3rd floor, were charged with possession of a large capacity weapon, possession of large capacity feeding device and possession of ammunition without an firearms identification card.
Police determined that Pacheco was not legally in the United States and informed the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.Innocent pleas on the two suspects’ behalf were entered today in Holyoke District Court.Both were held in lieu of $30,000 cash bail, or $300,000 surety, and a pre-trial hearing was set for April 25, court officials said.



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