OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Authorities found four weapons in the Montana cabin where they arrested Anthony Zappa and rescued a Nebraska girl last week.
Lake County, Mont., Sheriff William Barron told the Omaha World-Herald on Wednesday that an FBI evidence team found a .270-caliber deer rifle, a .38-caliber handgun and two .22-caliber rifles in the cabin near Rollins, Mont.
Both the deer rifle and the handgun were reported stolen from a cabin near Livingston, Mont., where Anne Sluti, 17, of Kearney, had managed to make a 911 call. The two other rifles belonged to the owner of the cabin near Rollins where officers arrested Zappa on April 12 after a nationwide manhunt.
Zappa, 29, is charged with kidnapping in the April 6 abduction of Sluti from the parking lot of a shopping mall in Kearney. The Twin Cities area man agreed earlier this week not to fight extradition from Montana to Nebraska to face the kidnapping charge.
He had eluded authorities since March.
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