Man excited about committing mass taking pictures arrested in Connecticut



NORWALK, Conn. — Authorities say they’ve arrested a Connecticut man excited about committing a mass taking pictures and seized weapons and ammunition from his house.

Norwalk and FBI officers say 22-year-old Brandon Wagshol was charged Thursday with unlawful possession of enormous capability ammunition magazines. Police say they obtained a tip that Wagshol was making an attempt to purchase large-capacity rifle magazines from out of state.

Officers allege Wagshol was trying to construct a rifle with components purchased on-line. They are saying a Fb posting confirmed his curiosity in committing a mass taking pictures.

Authorities say they seized firearms, physique armor and different gadgets from Wagshol’s house. They are saying the firearms are registered to his father.

Wagshol was held on $250,000 bail. It wasn’t instantly clear if he has a lawyer who may reply to the allegations.