Mass. man charged over stolen shotguns


A Massachusetts man is facing charges in New Hampshire of possessing shotguns stolen in Salem, Mass., police said. Brandon Yebba, 27, of North Andover was arrested by Nashua police on charges stemming from a Feb. 3 drunken driving arrest, when police said he was stopped for driving on the wrong side of the road. Officers searched Yebba’s truck and discovered seven shotguns, which they determined were stolen, police said. Nashua police reported the guns were stolen from Bob’s Gun Shop in Salem. However, Bob Galland, the shop’s owner, said the stolen guns were his personal property.

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