BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD — Eight members of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gang were charged as the result of a monthlong investigation, according to the Baltimore County Police Department.
Three “ghost guns” were among the 12 firearms seized during the probe, police said. Ghost guns are homemade weapons that do not have serial numbers, so they are untraceable.
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- Shaun A. Grazuties, 42, of Parkville
- Dylan M. Conley, 23, of Beltsville
- Joseph Liam, 36
- Mitchell B. Frost, 33, of Nottingham
- Tyler E. Dejonge, 32, of Middle River
- Lawrence E. Sabin, 51, of Havre de Grace
- Joseph R. Liggett, 31, of Marriottsville
- Michail D. Nikolettos, 29, of Forest Hill
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office and Prince George’s County Police Department assisted the Baltimore County Police Department in the investigation, which officials said was funded by the Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network.
“The Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network is an example of the continued collaboration with our law enforcement partners throughout the State of Maryland,” said Police Chief Melissa Hyatt. “I applaud the members of the Baltimore County Police Department along with our law enforcement partners who worked tirelessly to remove these dangerous individuals from the community.”