FRAMINGHAM, MA (WHDH) - Two people were arrested Tuesday after police said they located unlicensed firearms and explosive devices in a Framingham house.
On Tuesday, Marlborough Police said they received a call from a resident who said a person was outside their door with a firearm. Officers said they found a man later identified as 40-year-old Andrew Josefek, of Framingham, outside. Police allegedly found a firearm and two knives in Josefek’s possession. A second firearm was allegedly found nearby and Josefek was subsequently arrested.
Investigators said Josefek’s girlfriend, 35-year-old Kelly Walker, had tried to buy cocaine from a man at the apartment complex but the man texted her, saying he wanted sex in exchange for the drugs. Josefek and Walker allegedly went to the complex to “teach him a lesson.”
Walker was located nearby driving Josefek’s car and was also arrested. Police allegedly found a shotgun in the car, along with what appeared to be seven homemade explosive devices. This discovery sparked an investigation into a Framingham home, where investigators said three long guns were found, along with a live explosive in the backyard.
The State Police Bomb Squad secured the explosive devices.
Josefek was charged with carrying a dangerous weapons, carrying a firearm while loaded without a license, carrying a firearm without a license, possession of a large capacity firearm without a license, assault with intent to rob, possession of explosives and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
Walker was charged with carrying a firearm without a license, possession of explosives, assault with intent to rob, conspiracy to violate drug laws, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Additional searches will be done, investigators said.
The two suspects will return to court Thursday.
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