Authorities seized an arsenal of illegal guns, grenades and bomb-making materials from a southeastern Sioux Falls apartment Thursday, days after a bullet pierced a neighbor's wall.
Officers executed a search warrant at 4901 E. 54th St. as part of an investigation into how a .22-caliber slug wound up inside a next door neighbor's mattress.
Darren Kyle Zafft, 29, and Jennifer Marie Cash, 35, were arrested and charged with multiple counts of possession of controlled weapons and explosives with criminal intent.
Police found 114 guns, including more than a dozen illegally modified rifles and shotguns. They found two handmade silencers, multiple grenades, about 10,000 rounds of ammunition and $20,000 cash. The bomb squad also removed gunpowder, fuses, and other equipment for making explosive devices.
"This could have been a very dangerous situation," police spokesman Sam Clemens said.
According to the police Zafft was the owner of most of the guns, and seemed a little hostile toward authorities, indicated somewhat by the photo of a burning police car on his Facebook page.
Family members expressed frustration over the arrest, and his uncle knew exactly who to blame:
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