FBI Search Somerville Location for Worcester Armory Stolen Gun Heist Suspect 

  
By William Tauro

The FBI searched a location in Somerville late Wednesday evening hoping to find leads in connection with the recent Worcester Armory robbery of stolen guns. 

The FBI have made an arrest and have a suspect, James Morales, a former Army reservist placed in custody in Long Island New York. 

James Morales was arrested by the Somerville Police Department on September 19th, 2013 for a non-related incident. 
From Police Log:

On Sept. 19, James Morales, 32, was arrested at 15 Webster Ave. and charged with receiving stolen property, driving with a child under 6 not in a car seat and driving with a suspended license. He was also arrested on a warrant for driving with a suspended license. According to a police report, Morales was caught driving a white Ford van with license plates that had been stolen from a white Chevy van owned by Enterprise Rental Car. According to the report, Morales told police his van was new and didn’t have plates, so he took the Enterprise plates and hoped to return them before anyone noticed.

The FBI are saying that there is no link to terrorism and that this is not a threat to the public. 

Read the criminal complaint PDF:

Click to access affidavit-complaint-and-tt1-tt228229.pdf

  

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