A Brockton, Massachusetts man and his son were taken into custody after police discovered seven ghost guns and dozens of large-capacity feeding devices in their home. Massachusetts State Police revealed that detectives raided the Moraine Street property last week, and uncovered completed ghost guns, firearms parts, rounds of ammunition, and 32 feeding devices. Investigators also found 834 grams of fentanyl and materials related to the illegal narcotics trade. Shem Khattiya, 38, was charged with multiple offenses including firearm trafficking, possession of a firearm, and possession of fentanyl. His son, Nathen Khattiya, 20, was charged with unlawful possession of ammunition and feeding devices. The arrests resulted from an extended investigation into fentanyl trafficking throughout Plymouth County.