Georgia Man Charged with Possession of Assault Weapon and Other Crimes in Pasadena

Los Angeles–A 28-year-old man was charged today with possessing an illegal cache of weaponry at a train station in Pasadena, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced.

Christopher Harrison Goodine (dob 5/1/89) of Georgia has been charged with six felony counts: two counts of possession of a silencer; two counts of manufacturing, importing, keeping for sale, giving or receiving a large capacity magazine; and one count each of possession of an assault weapon and carrying a loaded handgun, not registered.

The defendant is scheduled to be arraigned today in Department D of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Pasadena Branch. Prosecutors are asking that bail be set at $1 million.

Prosecutors said on the morning of June 21, Goodine was reportedly apprehended by sheriff deputies for urinating in public at the Sierra Madre Gold Line Station in Pasadena.

As law enforcement detained the defendant, they allegedly discovered a rifle, handgun, silencers and several gun magazines in Goodine’s duffle bag.

If convicted as charged, Goodine faces a maximum possible sentence of six years and four months in local custody.


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