Man charged with making machine guns, silencers for looming “biker gang war”
BAY CITY, MI — An Ogemaw County man is charged with a federal felony for allegedly making and selling machine guns and silencers in preparation for a war between motorcycle clubs.
Jason W. Myers, 53, on Dec. 2 had his first appearance before U.S. District Magistrate Judge Patricia T. Morris on a charge of dealing firearms without a license. The charge is punishable by up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
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According to MLIVE.com On Sept. 16, ATF agents and Genesee County Sheriff’s deputies met with the informant, who told them Myers has bragged about supplying the Outlaws and Avengers motorcycle clubs with guns. The informant alleged Myers makes fully automatic machine guns and pistols, as well as silencers. YOU CAN CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE STORY