12 Year Sentence For Ghost Guns

12 Years For Ghost Guns

WINNIPEG - A local man who created and trafficked so-called ghost guns has received what is believed to be the longest prison sentence in Canada for weapons offences involving a 3D printer.

Blake Ellison-Crate pleaded guilty to 13 charges and was sentenced to 12 years behind bars.

One of the firearms was used in the shooting of two boys last summer at the Red River Ex.

Ghost guns are unregistered and untraceable homemade weapons created with a 3D printer or assembled from a kit.

TOPICS:   Winnipeg News

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