Burrillville man accused of illegally stockpiling over 200 guns pleads guilty

This is a booking photo of Ronald Andruchuk. (Burrillville Police Department)

BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (WLNE) — A Burrillville man accused of illegally stockpiling over 200 guns in his home plead guilty to federal charges.

Burrillville police share this photo of guns that were seized from a home back in February.

In February, Ronald Andruchuk was arrested after police received reports  that he was firing weapons on his property. After searching his home, they found 211 guns, thousands of rounds of of ammunition, and a flame thrower.

Burrillville police share this photo of guns that were seized from a home back in February.

Documents obtained by ABC6 also show that Andruchuk was also making ghost guns.

Burrillville police share this photo of guns that were seized from a home back in February.

Andruchuk will plead guilty to possession of a firearm by a user of controlled substances and two counts of making false statements during a gun purchase.

Burrillville police share this photo of guns that were seized from a home back in February.

In exchange, prosecutors will dismiss two other charges against him and will recommend a lighter sentence.

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