BOWLING GREEN MAN EXPORTING FIREARMS DUE IN COURT AGAIN PDF Print
Sunday, 09 March 2014 05:41

In September of last year, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives tracked packages containing illegal firearms back to a Bowling Green business owner.  34 year old Adam Bunger and his brother were partners in ArtsyQR.  The Bowling Green mobile marketing company created customized QR codes for clients.

After being notified by the Australian Federal Police, the ATF began their investigation of Bunger.  They found had illegally sold the firearms through an online website called ‘Black Market Reloaded’ and shipped the firearms through the United States Postal Service.  ATF Agents were able to secure a search warrant to intercept two packages that were shipped by Bunger from Bowling Green.  Both packages contained illegal firearms hidden inside hollow Xbox game consoles.

 

Last Wednesday Bunger was due back in court to face a four-count federal Indictment charging him with exporting firearms from the United States.  Bunger pleads guilty to all charges.  He faces a maximum 25 year prison term, $1million dollar fine and a three year period of supervised release.  Final sentencing is set for May 29th.

 

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