Stun gun and ammunition also recovered in Saturday Milwaukie raid
Acting on a tip, the Portland Police Bureau's Gun Task Force and the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office raided the home of a convicted felon Saturday and seized 17 guns and a stun gun.
Portland police say the seizure is the largest since the task force was created inception in October 2010. Officers also recovered a safe, gun cleaning kits, gun boxes, 13 firearm magazines (clips) and more than 1,200 rounds in assorted ammunition.
Dohnald Lee Roy Hartman, 48, was charged with 18 counts of being a Felon in Possession of a Firearm. He is being held in the Clackamas County Jail on $500,000 bail.
'This guy is a poster child for the purpose and mission of the gun task force,' Assistant Police Chief Eric Hendricks told reporters at a morning press conference where the seized guns were displayed.
Police have not yet learned where Hartman obtained the guns. He did not appear to be selling them, Hendricks said.
The raid was conducted at Hartman's home, 8074 S.E. Rofini Court, in Milwaukie. He has previous felony convictions for Burglary in the Second Degree, Attempted Kidnapping in the Second Degree, Theft in the First Degree, Failure to Appear in the First Degree, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Forgery in the First Degree, and Attempted Murder with a Firearm.
The guns included seven handguns, five rifles and five shotguns. They ranged from two Springfield .45 caliber pistols to an AR-15 assault rifle, a Chinese SKS assault rifle with a bayonet and a Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun.
Since its inception, the task force has seized 129 firearms in the Portland area.