ABERDEEN, Md. — Maryland State Police charged a Harford County man in connection with the illegal sale of a regulated firearm.
Troopers with the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division – Firearms Enforcement Unit served 37-year-old Keith Langenfelder Jr. on Wednesday with a criminal summons on firearms-related charges.
The summons charged Langenfelder with the unlawful sale of a regulated firearm, selling a regulated firearm without a license and the illegal sale and transfer of a regulated firearm.
According to a preliminary investigation, troopers from the Maryland State Police Criminal Enforcement Division – Firearms Enforcement Unit, in collaboration with Bel Air Police Department, obtained information in March that led troopers to initiate a criminal investigation into Langenfelder for the illegal sale of a regulated firearm.
During the course of the investigation, troopers learned that Langenfelder had sold a regulated firearm to a person who is prohibited from possessing firearms.
The investigation led troopers to serve a search warrant on Langenfelder’s residence, where they found eight additional firearms.