Felon arrested in Roseau on charges of receiving stolen property, illegally having guns
ROSEAU, Minn.—A Warroad, Minn., felon faces numerous charges after investigators said he illegally had guns and received stolen property.
Daniel Arthur Stoskopf, 58, had his first appearance in Roseau County District Court on three felony charges of receiving stolen property—each with a maximum punishment of 20 years in prison—and six felony charges of illegally possessing firearms—each charge carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison. Court documents were filed Nov. 8, but the case stems from an April 21, 2017, search of Stoskopf's camper, according to court documents.
The Pine to Prairie Drug Task Force found various rounds of ammunition and rifles, including, a Marlin 30/30, a Thompson Center Arms 50 caliber firearm, a Knight 50 caliber firearm, a Savage .22, Tikka .223 and a Mossberg .410, according to court documents.
The Marlin, Savage and Tikka were registered to other owners, court documents said. Stoskopf pleaded guilty in 2008 to a third-degree felony of possessing drugs and was prohibited from using or possessing guns for the rest of his life.