Nazi propaganda, explosive device, ammunition seized in L.A. raid, prosecutors say

Authorities say a dangerous member of a white supremacist group is off the streets after local and federal agents raided his home in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley on Thursday.

Ryan Scott Bradford, 34, faces charges of conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and being a felon in possession of ammunition, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Friday.

Bradford was arrested when local and federal authorities served a search warrant at his home on White Oak Avenue in Reseda where they seized 116 rounds of ammunition, firearm parts, two 3D printers, various Nazi propaganda, and what appeared to be an improvised explosive device, prosecutors allege.

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