2with the investigation;(4) the affiant’s review of reports and other documents prepared by federal, state, and local law enforcement officers;and (5) physical and electronic surveillance conducted by federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies, which has been reported to the affiant either directly or indirectly.Facts not set forth herein are not being relied upon in reaching my conclusion that a complaint should issue. In addition, your affiant does not request that the Court rely on any facts not set forth herein in reviewing this affidavit.
NATURE OF VIOLATION
Your affiant submits that this affidavit sets forth probable cause to believe that the defendant, Hector DIAZ, has violated Title 18, United States Code, Section 922(g)(5)(B):Possessionof a Firearm,to wit:a Smith and Wesson M&P-15, 5.56mm semi-automatic rifle bearing serial number SP 52534,by an Alien who is present in the United States under a non-immigrant visa(as defined in the Immigration and Nationality Act, Title 8, United States Code, Section 1101(a)(26)).
On November 21, 2013, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, in partnership with several state and local law enforcement agencies in the District of Colorado, executed approximately 15 federal search warrants pursuant to an ongoing investigation. One of those warrants was executed at 52 Sedgwick Drive, Arapahoe County, Colorado. Prior to the execution of that warrant, agents had previously come into possession of e-mail communications involvinga person identified herein as Co-conspirator #1. Your affiant viewed one specific e-mail related to that account, dated February 14, 2013. That e-mailcontained a photo of an individual subsequently identified as Hector DIAZ. Metadata contained within theattached photograph file indicates that it
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