According to U.S. Attorney John C. Gurganus, the indictment alleges that between August 2021 and January 2022, in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, Samuel Snader, age 39, of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and Hector Colon, age 30, of Puerto Rico, worked together to acquire firearm parts for the purpose of manufacturing and commercially dealing Privately Made Firearms (PMFs), often referred to as “ghost guns.” It is alleged that Snader would manufacture the PMFs, which did not possess serial numbers. Colon allegedly located potential firearm buyers and directed them to Snader who personally delivered the firearms in exchange for money. “Ghost guns are a danger to public safety all across Pennsylvania and we must close the loophole that allows them to be sold without a background check,” said Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Two Men Indicted for Manufacturing and Selling 28 Ghost Guns | Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
HARRISBURG – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Samuel Snader, age 39, of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and Hector Colon, age 30, of Puerto Rico, were indicted on January 5, 2022, by a federal grand jury and charged with conspiracy to manufacture...