A Northborough man who has been under scrutiny in town for operating SA Farm is now facing gun charges in Southborough.
with animal cruelty charges and environmental violations, is facing new charges by the Southborough Police Department, which recently discovered four unsecured rifles at his property.
On May 31, the Southborough Fire Department investigated a complaint of high levels of carbon monoxide at Apple D'Or Tree, 38 Turnpike Rd., Southborough, which is owned by Anza.
During the investigation, police found four unsecured rifles, which is a violation of Mass. General Law chapter 140, 129B. Police confiscated the weapons and filed an Application of Complaint from the Westborough District Court for four separate charges of failure to store firearms as required.
Southborough Police Chief Jane Moran suspended Anza's FID card.
Due to a backlog at the court, said police, the arraignment may not take place for another three to four months.
Anza has a right to appeal this decision within 90 days.