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Big Gun and Dope Seizure Displayed in Torrance

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So The Torrance Police Department busted these four people living in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. It turns out that they weren't tipped off by his Afghan rocket launcher, or the imitation police badges, or even the "Anarchist Cookbook" and other illegal books. They were busted because the police where there looking for drugs, and apparently ended up hitting the jackpot.

The house was located near the intersection of 190th and Rindge, within a few blocks of an elementary school.

What surprised me was that all these guns were bought legally and are supposedly going to be returned to the suspect when he is released.

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