Police seize 20,000 rounds of ammunition and a flamethrower from Ventura County home

December 9, 2019

Ventura County authorities seized a cache of weapons, together with a flamethrower and a number of assault rifles, from a Camarillo residence as a part of a drug investigation late final week, authorities mentioned.

Camarillo police arrested Christopher Olekisk on a number of drug and weapons costs Thursday after a raid of his Glenbrook Street residence turned up 20,000 rounds of ammunition, a number of handguns, 4 AR-15s, physique armor and “what appeared to be a fully functional flame thrower,” in response to a press release issued Saturday by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Division.

Olekisk was being held in lieu of $105,000, however is out on bail, authorities mentioned. He’s due again in court docket later this month.

A number of of the weapons discovered within the residence both lacked serial numbers or have been unregistered, in response to authorities.

Investigators additionally recovered heroin and objects per the manufacture of firearms on the residence, authorities mentioned. It was not clear if Olekisk had an lawyer.