MONTREAL MAN SMUGGLED GUNS VIA U.S.-CANADA BORDER LIBRARY: PROSECUTORS

MONTPELIER, Vt. – A Montreal man was brought to the U.S. to face charges he smuggled handguns into Canada, including some that were hidden in the bathroom of a public library that straddles the nations’ border, prosecutors said Tuesday. Alexis Vlachos, 40, was taken into custody in Canada and then arrested by U.S. authorities on […]

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