Stuffed fox and stolen tool triggers a prison sentence

A man from Horsens is sentenced to three and a half years in prison for possession of the bomb, stolen goods and receiving stolen goods. hammer drills, angle

Stuffed fox and stolen tool triggers a prison sentence

A man from Horsens is sentenced to three and a half years in prison for possession of the bomb, stolen goods and receiving stolen goods.

hammer drills, angle grinders, a oversavet shotgun and a stuffed fox.

the List of values, as the police has seized at an address in Horsens, is a long and on Monday and led to a sentence of three and a half years in prison.

The convicted person is 38-year-old Michael Kuno Andersen.

He is at the Court in Horsens found guilty of illegal possession of firearms, receiving stolen goods and attempting to do so - as well as theft.

The state prosecutor in the case, Susan Lindgaard Nielsen from Sydøstjyllands Police.

A large part of the objects, as the man has been in possession of, are different types of tools and machines.

Including reciprocating saws, drills and a brush cutter.

But the police have also found iPads, computers, tvs and designer goods such as Kay Always-shapes and the PH-lamps in the man. And a homemade bomb, an arsenal of cartridges and a frimærkesamling.

Nævningetinget in the Court in Horsens found Michael Kuno Andersen guilty of more than 20 counts.

However, he was in one relationship only convicted for violation of the våbenloven, although he also was charged with violation of a section of the criminal code on the possession of weapons or explosives under particularly aggravating circumstances.

- from it, he is convicted for, I am well pleased. I think that the punishment reflects the seriousness that the case has, said prosecutor Susan Lindgaard Nielsen.

the Penalty is, however, milder than the prosecution as a starting point went after. The case was led as a jury trial, and it means that you aimed for a minimum of four years in prison to the man.

Kosterne, as the offender was in possession of, stemmed among other things from the burglaries at addresses in Horsens and Hedensted.

Michael Kuno Andersen has asked for time to consider whether he will appeal against the verdict from the Court in Horsens.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 09 December 2019, 19:00

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