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Haverhill Police Say Search Yielded Loaded Machine Gun, Two Arrests at Mount Washington Home

Haverhill Police Say Search Yielded Loaded Machine Gun, Two Arrests at Mount Washington Home
Haverhill and State Police sized a loaded machine gun and ammunition after a raid Tuesday at a Mount Washington home. Twenty-four-year-old Hector Bido and 21-year-old Antonio Bido, both of 15 Proctor St., second floor, Haverhill, were arrested after Haverhill Police Narcotics Unit and State Police Violent Fugitive Section entered their residence “in the early morning hours” with a search warrant. …

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