Jun 21, 2016 5:25 PM

Man who allegedly purchased grenades illegally waives right to a speedy trial, considers plea


SEABROOK — A man who was arrested after he allegedly attempted to purchase grenades has waived his right to a speedy trial on Tuesday.

READ: East Kingston man charged with buying grenades to remain in jail until trial

Daniel E. Musso, 54, of East Kingston, was supposed to go on trial July 6, but has been given more time by a judge to review a plea deal, according to the Union Leader.

Musso was arrested in Seabrook back in January after he allegedly bought four grenades from an FBI agent posing as a seller. He allegedly portrayed himself as a part of a group of “compatriots” that had $100,000 to $200,000 on hand to buy weapons.

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