Flamethrower, AR15 rifle, handguns confiscated by Ansonia Police

Police say they arrested a man who allegedly fired multiple shots at two men. No one was injured, except for a car, shed and trash cans were gunshot.

ANSONIA, Conn. – A man arrested in connection with a shooting arranged for officers to retrieve several weapons including a flamethrower.

Police say they arrested 33-year-old Melvin Burrough for his involvement in a shooting on Sixth Street.

The suspect reportedly argued verbally with two other men and shot them. No one was injured, except for a car, shed and trash cans were gunshot.

Police say Burroughs is a criminal and cannot own weapons. The officers ransacked his house after receiving an arrest warrant and retrieved three small arms, an AR15 rifle, a flamethrower, various ammunition and weapon parts.

Burroughs has been charged with two charges of criminal attempted assault in the first degree, two charges of reckless endangerment in the first degree, and on criminal harm in the third degree. Police say further charges are expected due to the guns

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