INDIANAPOLIS — Twin brothers from Indianapolis are accused of burglarizing 500 Guns on West 16th Street.
According to Indy Metro Police, 18-year-old Jayveon and Tayveon Majors crashed a stolen vehicle into the front of the building on Jan. 22 and stole nine guns.
After conducting surveillance at their home on Sugar Grove Road, police got a search warrant for the property.
Just before IMPD SWAT team members arrived on Jan. 26, the Majors brothers tried to flee and get into a stolen Dodge pickup truck. They were taken into custody and the home was searched.
On the property, Crime Gun Intelligence Center investigators found the following:
- Smith and Wesson Model 41 Rifle
- Sport King SK100 Handgun
- SOS Imports Lynx 12 Shotgun
- Winchester XTR 1500 Shotgun
- LLA Commanche .38 Special Pistol
- Harrington Model 58 Sawed-Off Shotgun
- Stolen Vehicles
The Majors brothers were booked into the Marion Couty Jail on a federal hold pending the official filing of federal charges.