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Grand jury indicts man for SAFE Act violation

An Elba man is facing a two-count felony indictment for possessing a gun in violation of the state’s SAFE Act.

Charles S. Ganoung IV, 33, of Transit Road is charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon in an indictment filed by a Genesee County grand jury.

Ganoung is accused of possessing a DPMS Panther Arms semiautomatic .233-caliber rifle during an investigation by police in March.

The rifle, according to the indictment, had a telescoping stock, pistol grip and magazine loaded with 28 live rounds, a flash suppressor/muzzle break and a bayonet mount.

The grand jury filed indictments against two other people this week:

– Michael J. Wojdyla, 38, of North Tonawanda is charged with felony DWI. He was arrested June 3 in Darien.

– Tawny L. Collazo, 32, of Dunkirk is charged with four counts of aggravated DWI. She is accused of driving drunk with two children under 15 in her car on May 25 in Pembroke.

This article was originally published at The Daily News.