Police: Dozens Of Guns Found In Home Auburn Man Faces Weapons Charges http://www.thebostonchannel.com/news/18725766/detail.html POSTED: 3:47 pm EST February 16, 2009 AUBURN, Mass. -- An Auburn man will face weapons charges after police allegedly discovered 85 guns and about 800 pounds of ammunition in his home Thursday, according to The Worcester Telegram and Gazette. Police said Anthony Simulynas, 72, of 394 Rochdale St., had a massive collection of weapons, ranging from heavy machine guns to shotguns and pistols. Officers said that the weapons were all stored improperly, with the exception of three rifles found in a case during the five-hour removal process. Officers learned of Simulynas’ weapons collection after another cache of guns was found in the home of a Worcester man several days earlier. The man, Paul D. Mateiko, 54, of 184 Highland St., told police that he had stolen a German-built MG34 machine from Simulynas’ home. While investigating the theft, officers discovered Simulynas’ weapons collection. Worcester police said they will bring charges against Simulynas once they speak with representatives from the district attorney’s office, which is closed for the holiday. In 1999, Simulynas’ license to carry firearms and firearms dealer's license were revoked, The Worcester Telegram reported. Mateiko was charged with four counts of illegal possession of a machine gun and possession of an infernal machine, C-4 plastic explosives, according to the paper. ---- Lost his mg34 then the cocksucker who stole it snitches on him too.