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Weapons, Nazi Flags Found In Home Of OKC Man Accused Of Making Threats

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Police and bomb techs raided the house in the 2900 block of North Place, near Drexel Blvd. and May Ave. Inside the secluded home, police found a blasting cap, rifles, revolvers, drugs and thousands of rounds of ammunition. Police and bomb techs raided the house in the 2900 block of North Place, near Drexel Blvd. and May Ave. Inside the secluded home, police found a blasting cap, rifles, revolvers, drugs and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
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Rifles, drugs, and Nazi flags, all found inside an Oklahoma City home. This after a woman called police to report she feared for her life and others, and had received threats she worried could escalate to violence.

It's all outlined in a search warrant filed in Oklahoma County Court this week. It states when police arrived to help the woman and her child move out of the home, they found stacks of military gear, body armor, and loaded rifles. They even found explosives inside.

Now the ATF is involved, and the homeowner, Gary Lynn Waldrup, is facing federal gun charges.

Police and bomb techs raided the house in the 2900 block of North Place, near Drexel Blvd. and May Ave. Inside the secluded home, police found a blasting cap, rifles, revolvers, drugs and thousands of rounds of ammunition.

They also found six Nazi flags, a Nazi handkerchief and a conversion kit for an M1 Carbine rifle that was unregistered.

We talked to several neighbors who live along Waldrup's street, and all of them were shocked to see the list of weapons and other items seized at his home.

"It was very scary, very scary because there're kids in this neighborhood," said Sarah Rosebeary.

Rosebeary says she's lived across the street 16 years and says she has seen Waldrup, his son and the woman who moved out.

But she says she never saw any trouble coming from the home until last week when police busted in.

"It was scary," said Rosebeary. "Really scary."

Turns out the woman who moved out of the home filed a protective order against Waldrup, where she claimed he threatened her boss, and said he would "blow his brains out" for sending police to the home. But the protective order was dismissed.

The police report states she was afraid Waldrup would either "go out in a hail of bullets or ignite the C-4."

She stated Waldrup is "a military collector and has anti-government views." She said Waldrup told her he "had C4, knew how to make it, and could take out five city blocks."

This week, Waldrup did go before a federal judge. He faces a complaint of knowingly and intentionally possessing a machine gun and is currently under house arrest on $5,000 bond and does have to wear an ankle monitor.

We reached out to both Waldrup and his son for comment, but they both declined to say anything about the allegations.

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