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Merrimack Valley

October 1, 2013

Arraigned on gun charges

Bail set at $15K for UMass Lowell student from Lebanon


After the call, North Shore Firearms contacted Middleton police and the ATF office, Dejesus wrote.

Also, the FBI had recently received another report from Middleton police, who said a patron at the Danvers Fish & Game Club was approached “by an unknown male” who was “inquiring about how to modify an AK-47 assault rifle.”

“Patrons found this suspicious and alerted police and the FBI,” Dejesus wrote.

If convicted on the high capacity weapons charges, Mokdad faces 21/2 to 10 years in state prison. Punishment for the unsecured firearm carries a one to 10 year prison sentence.

Mokdad is due back in Lawrence District Court Oct. 25 for a probable cause hearing.

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