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Man Arrested After Allegedly Stealing Over $10,000.00 in AR-15 Rifle Parts From Local Gun Store

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Update: Harris County Judge Hilary Unger lowered Orr’s bond from NO BOND to $5,000.00 this morning after his initial court sitting. According to court documents, Orr shall not possess any firearms. Just before noon on Thursday, Justin Mackay Orr posted bail.

Spring, Texas – A Spring man remains behind bars after allegedly stealing over $10,000.00 in AR-15 rifle parts.

On Wednesday, July 31st, the Harris County Precinct 4 Constables Office arrested 25-year-old Justin Mackay Orr in the 4400 block of Spring Cypress after a month long criminal investigation.

According to court documents, Orr was employed by F-1 Firearms, a local manufacture of semi-automatic weapons. During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Orr stole $10,845.00 in parts, ranging from AR-15 bolt carriers to AR-15 upper rifle units, scopes, triggers and barrels.

Orr was allegedly hired in December of 2016 as a sales representative, tasked with conducting product demonstrations at trade shows.

F-1 Firearms terminated his employment in May of 2019 after Orr failed to return a product back to inventory. The business conducted a forensic analysis on Orr’s company issued laptop and discovered that he had been setting up meetings with local buyers and selling various F-1 Firearm products via the internet.

Orr was arrested by police and booked into the Harris County Jail. He received NO BOND out of the 248th District Court.

If convicted, he could face up to two years in prison and up to a $10,000.00 fine.

JUSTIN MCKAY ORR / W M 02/15/1994

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