EDMOND, Oklahoma -- A tip lead investigators with the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office to an Edmond home filled with firearms and stolen property.
Deputies were called to a house in the 1200 block of Bovarian Drive. They said when they searched the garage, they found several firearms, tools and an assortment of other objects worth tens of thousands of dollars. The owner of the house said her ex-husband, 33-year-old Timothy Holden, had been storing the items at her property without her knowledge or consent.
Investigators used the serial numbers on many of the items to confirm they'd been stolen. Deputies determined many of them were items that had been taken from local businesses and individuals. They located Holden at the Oklahoma County Detention Center where he was being held on an unrelated case. He now faces additional complaints of receiving and concealing stolen property.
Deputies have returned some of the stolen items and are trying to identify more victims so the remaining goods can be returned.