PORTLAND -- Portland police investigating a domestic disturbance in North Portland arrested a 17-year-old after they found several stolen guns, substantial quantities of marijuana and methamphetamine in the home.
Officers were called just after 11 a.m. to a home in the 9500 block of North Fiske Avenue, where a mother was reportedly arguing with her son over his possession a gun, according to Portland Police Sgt. Pete Simpson.
After a consensual search officers at the home found six guns, "including a double-barrel shotgun, a pistol grip shotgun, a 9 mm Mac-10, and three .45 caliber semi-automatic handguns," Simpson said. "Four of the guns had previously been reported stolen by their owners."
Police also recovered meth, marijuana, cocaine, holsters, ammunition, cash, and a "Halloween"-style hockey mask from the home.
The teen was arrested on six counts of unlawful firearm possession, four counts of theft, and several drug possession and distribution charges.
Gun Task Force detectives were working to find out how the teen got the guns.