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A New Marlborough man with a violent past had 'ghost guns' and drugs packaged for sale, state police say

PITTSFIELD — A New Marlborough man with a violent criminal history is facing multiple charges after state police found drugs and a number of firearms in his home.

Aaron M. Bartow, 40, was arraigned on Wednesday for allegedly having marijuana packaged for sale and weapons that Berkshire District Attorney Timothy Shugrue described as “ghost guns” — those that are unregistered or without a serial number.



Heather Bellow can be reached at hbellow@berkshireeagle.com or 413-329-6871.

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