Wareham Police Arrest Man, Seize Seven Firearms
WAREHAM — An East Wareham man has been arrested and seven firearms seized after Wareham Police searched his home.
On Friday, March 5 at about 9:30 p.m., Wareham Police detectives and patrol officers executed a search warrant at 5 Quaker Road. Detectives had conducted an investigation into illegal firearms being stored in the residence.
Police say that during the course of the search, detectives seized seven firearms, ammunition, and a large capacity-feeding device for ammunition.
David Daggett, 34, of East Wareham, is charged with two counts of carrying a firearm without a license, four counts of possession of a firearm without an FID card, possession of a large-capacity firearm, possession of a large capacity feeding device, and illegal possession of ammunition.
Police say uniformed officers Lieutenant Peter Flannery, Sergeant Steve Soqui, and Officer James White all assisted detectives in serving the warrant.
“In one day, our detectives seized fentanyl from an earlier raid, then went right back to work executing a search warrant for weapons.” Police Chief John Walcek said. “The goal is to make Wareham as safe as possible for everyone.”