NORTHGLENN, Colo. (CBS4) – Two months after a large-scale raid on a home in Northglenn, federal prosecutors are revealing what was found and who was arrested.
They say a case is moving forward against Richard Jackson, 29. He faces federal charges of being a felon in possession of ammunition. CBS4 reports that he has a white supremacist background.
On Sept. 26 authorities searched the home he resided in. The home is located near 120th Avenue and Washington Street.
The 10 hour operation included a tent that was set up in the middle of the street to examine evidence. Some agents wore protective equipment because of a concern about the possible presence of drugs. A lab report listed oxycodone, heroin, and methamphetamine among the substances analyzed for the case.
The results of the search, including photos discovered on a computer found in a car, are now part of Jackson’s case file. The evidence includes a jacket with Blood & Honor Colorado written on the sleeve. That’s the name of a known white supremacist organization.
A car in the driveway of the home also had a decal on it with a Nazi bolt insiginia.
Also among the evidence is a photo marked “rules posted on a wall.” One such rule was “Violence is a must to secure our race” and “We do not cooperate with law enforcement.”
CBS4 reporter Rick Sallinger visited the home where the raid took place this week and showed the pictures released by federal officials to a man at the door who identified himself as the owner.
“Is he a white supremacist?” Sallinger asked the man.
“No. Even if he is or was that’s not against the law. Is it against the law to be a Christian, is it against the law to be a Jehovah’s Witness?” the man said.
Ammunition and magazines were located inside the home, according to the agents, but no weapons.
“There were no guns here,” the man said. The man also claimed that the photo federal authorities released that allegedly shows Jackson was not in fact him.
CBS4 reports that Jackson has a prior conviction of felony menacing with a simulated weapon and was sentenced to four years in a state prison. He has other felony charges pending in Adams County.