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When Mitchell Alfred Gundy-Hampton's truck was stopped on Dec. 18, 2020, police found guns including an AK-47 rifle with a loaded magazine behind the driver’s seat, a backpack full of loaded high-capacity AK-47 magazines, handcuffs and a collapsible baton in the cab, and a pair of brass knuckles and loose ammunition in Gundy-Hampton’s front jacket pocket, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Greg Nyhus.

A Scappoose man barred from having any guns after a domestic violence arrest was sentenced Tuesday to more than eight years in federal prison after he was found with more than 30 guns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and multiple gun silencers, explosives and fentanyl in his truck and home.