AK-47 And 180 Rounds of Ammo Found At Teen’s Home In DC
An AK-47 and more than 180 rounds of ammunition were discovered in a 17-year-old boy’s home in Southeast D.C..
According to NBC News 4 Washington, a teenage boy terrified his ex-girlfriend with threats of opening fire at her home, the workplace of her mother and Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md.
After searching his home, D.C. police found the rifle and ammunition. The boy’s name has not yet been released.
The police also went to the ex-girlfriend’s home in Greenbelt where they read through text messages that confirmed the teen’s threats.
On top of these warnings, the teen posted a video to Instagram displaying his ex-girlfriend carrying out sexual acts.
This anger was apparently fueled by her refusal to continue dating him.
A D.C. Superior Court affidavit proves that police plan on charging the teen as a juvenile with threats of mass violence, obtaining child pornography and exposing an intimate sexual image on social media.