MALDEN, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) – Two Everett men and an Everett woman were arraigned on numerous gun and drug charges, including possession of a gun that was reportedly stolen from the Chelsea District Court evidence locker in Nov. 2011, the district attorney said.
Liban Ali, 21, Jeffrey Sanon, 30, and Malensky Oscar, 21, were arraigned on charges of possession of a high capacity firearm (3 counts each), possession of a high capacity magazine (3 counts each), unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition, trafficking in cocaine over 36 grams, conspiracy to violate the drug law, and receiving stolen property.
Following a dangerousness hearing, a judge held Ali and Sanon without bail and ordered Oscar held on $25,000 cash bail. Oscar's bail was subsequently reduced to $2,500 with the condition of house arrest if she is released.
Officers from Winchester Police Department were investigating a breaking and entering and a theft of a laptop computer from a local business and obtained a search warrant for the defendants' Everett residence.
Authorities said they were directed to the apartment by an antitheft device that had been installed on the laptop.
When officers arrived at the residence to conduct the search warrant, all three defendants were home.
Officers allege they found more than 36 grams of cocaine and packaging materials. They seized several high capacity firearms, including a gun reported stolen from the evidence locker at Chelsea District Court in 2011 and a shotgun.
Additionally, they found several high capacity magazines, additional ammunition and the stolen laptop which was the initial subject of the search warrant.
The defendants are expected to appear in court June 5 for a pretrial hearing.
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