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St. Charles man accused of stopping train facing gun charges

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Taylor Wilson is accused of pulling an emergency brake to stop an Amtrak train in Nebraska. Credit: Furnas Co. Sheriff Taylor Wilson is accused of pulling an emergency brake to stop an Amtrak train in Nebraska. Credit: Furnas Co. Sheriff
ST. CHARLES COUNTY (KMOV.com) -

A St. Charles man who is accused of forcibly stopping a train in Nebraska is now facing federal gun charges.

Taylor Wilson, 26, is charged with possession of a machine gun, possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number and possession of unregistered firearms.

Authorities are accusing Wilson of having a fully automatic machine gun and rifle which weren’t registered to him, from September 2015 through December 23, 2017.

The serial number on the machine gun was defaced and obliterated, federal prosecutors say.

Wilson is already accused of forcibly stopping an Amtrak train in Nebraska in October.

The FBI says Wilson hand joined and alt-right Neo-Nazi group and had stockpiled weapons at his St. Charles home.

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