Couple allegedly had illegal guns, $1 million worth of drugs Nazi paraphernalia in home during police raid

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Source: Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office

May. 3 2021, Updated 8:15 p.m. ET

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A couple in Pennsylvania had nearly $1 million worth of crystal meth, “ghost guns” and Nazi paraphernalia when police raided their home last week, officials announced. 

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Last week, Pennsylvania police used a search warrant at the home of Christopher Weikert and Tara Gallucci, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office. The warrant was part of an investigation into a gun and trafficking scheme. 

During the raid, officers found 21.5 pounds of crystal meth with a street value of more than $968,000, according to the office. Investigators also found 25.5 grams of fentanyl with a street value of nearly $5,000. 

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The police also found six fully assembled “ghost guns” and parts to make more, according to the office. Ghost guns are made in assembled parts and do not have serial numbers. They also do not require a background check to obtain one. 

The couple also allegedly had Nazi paraphernalia in their home.

Both suspects were charged with four counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and 15 counts of possession of prohibited firearms.  

Gallucci is currently in custody and Weikert fled the scene during the search. Police are trying to find Weikert. 

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