Roanoke man charged with selling a so-called 'ghost gun'
Julius Frederick Muse, 18, was arrested this week on a federal indictment. He is accused of selling a Polymer 80 9 mm handgun to a convicted felon. Muse described it as a "ghost gun" and untraceable, according to a search warrant. Nationally, sales of ghost guns and kits have increased significantly in recent years.
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