A Morrisville man was convicted Tuesday, July 18, 2023, of possessing five firearms, including three ghost guns, that he was not allowed to possess because of a prior felony conviction.
Andrew Richard Bizon, 34, was arrested in August 2022, following an investigation by the Bucks County Detectives Drug Strike Force. In addition to the firearms, detectives also seized ammunition and tools used to make and assemble three ghost guns.
During a 2-day trial before Common Pleas Judge Charissa J. Liller, Deputy District Attorney Edward Furman Jr. presented evidence and testimony from two Drug Strike Force Detectives and a firearms expert from the Pennsylvania State Police.
On Tuesday, a Bucks County jury found Bizon guilty of five felony counts of prohibited possession of a firearm and one misdemeanor count of possession of an instrument of crime.