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PCSO DEPUTIES SEIZE MORE THAN 50 STOLEN GUNS AND EXPLOSIVES FROM A WANTED CONVICTED FELON
 
Posted: 8/1/2017 12:00 AM
 

On Sunday, July 30th, Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies were looking for Joshua Hendrickson, who was wanted for two outstanding warrants. The warrants were connected to drug and traffic violations.

Deputies located Hendrickson at a relative’s home at 1700 block of Sunset Point Drive in Oracle. The suspect was seen coming out of a shed on the property and took off running. Deputies later found Hendrickson hiding on the property.

A search was conducted and deputies found more than 50 firearms to include shotguns, rifles, pistols and approximately 10,000 rounds of ammunition connected to a July burglary. Investigators also discovered what they believed to be explosives. Pima County’s EOD team asked to assist in clearing the shed. It was discovered that Hendrickson had every piece of equipment to make an IED. Pima County took possession of the explosive equipment. Stolen property connected to other burglaries were also found on scene.

Hendrickson is being held on the following charges: warrant arrest, prohibited possessor, probation violation, possession of stolen property, possession of explosives, burglary, and theft.

PCSO DEPUTIES SEIZE MORE THAN 50 STOLEN GUNS AND EXPLOSIVES FROM A WANTED CONVICTED FELON
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