Calgary police lay charges after 200 weapons seized at ‘fence house’

Three people are facing multiple charges after more than 200 weapons were seized from a northeast Calgary home.

CALGARY — Three people are facing multiple charges after more than 200 weapons were seized from a northeast Calgary home.

Police say modified shotguns, replica firearms, swords, throwing knives and a crossbow were among the weapons taken from the house last week.

Officers found the weapons during an investigation into stolen property.

Stolen items, cash and drugs were also uncovered at the house.

Police believe the location was being used as a “fence house” where stolen goods were being traded for marijuana and cocaine.

Tanner Ray Lang, who is 32 Jan-Anne Marie August, who is 24 and 41-year-old Mark Lee Gardner face property, drugs and weapons-related charges.

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