Home of white supremacist raided of weapons, South Daytona police say
Police say man under investigation for involvement in white supremacist group
The FBI raided the home of a man on Friday who police say is known as a white supremacist, confiscating 10 weapons and many boxes of ammo.
Kevin Lynch, 49, has been charged with possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, possession of marijuana and prescription pills, according to South Daytona police.
Agents found 10 weapons and many boxes of ammo at Lynch's home on James Street. He has been under investigation for the last 8 months as part of a white supremacist group, but the group's name was not released.
Lynch was arrested in 2002 for an aggravated battery charged that was later classified as a hate crime.