More guns, more bombs: Barrie murder arrest gets weirder

Police keep finding more and more dangerous weapons in the Barrie home linked to a confessed killer. Last week, Donald Feldhoff went to a police station and confessed to the 1978 murder of Michael Traynor.

According to Sun News, he warned that there could be trouble at the home of his father, who is allegedly an accomplice in the murder.

Last Thursday police visited the home. They found 50 bombs and evacuated the block. This week, police found 29 guns and 30 more bombs, bringing the bomb total to 80.

Donald Feldhoff’s and his father William have now been charged in connection to the murder of Michael Traynor in 1978.