Sgt. Jacques Yves Duroseau grades a competitor's score after the barricade match at Puckapunyal Military Area, Victoria, Australia, May 11, 2016. (U.S. Marine Corps/Sgt. Terry Brady)

An active-duty U.S. Marine was arrested last month when investigators say he landed in Haiti with boxes filled with guns, ammunition and body armor.

Federal prosecutors indicted Jacques Yves Sebastien Duroseau, a native of Haiti, in North Carolina last week on gun-smuggling charges. Duroseau, described in the indictment as a military firearms instructor, reportedly told investigators he brought the eight guns to the Caribbean country to teach marksmanship to the Haitian army.

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Jonathan M. Cuney with a Bren gun in Iraq (Small Arms Review)

A decorated former U.S. Marine-turned-gunrunner convicted in 2015 of selling firearms with obliterated serial numbers faces federal firearms charges for a second time after he allegedly bought a large amount of ammunition from a Boone County retailer.

Jonathan M. Cuney, 36, was charged in late October with a single count of felon in possession of a handgun, according to court records filed in the Western District of Missouri.

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Lt. Fan Yang, left, a tactical coordinator assigned to Patrol Squadron (VP) 5, demonstrates the systems onboard a P-8A Poseidon aircraft to members of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jakoeb Vandahlen)

A Navy lieutenant and his wife were arrested in a joint FBI and NCIS raid Thursday in the San Jose area.

The raid occurred at the home of Navy Lt. Fan Yang and his wife, Yang Yang.

Documents obtained by First Coast News say Fan Yang currently holds a top-secret U.S. security clearance and is actively serving in the Navy in a sensitive anti-submarine warfare unit. He was assigned to the Maritime Patrol Reconnaissance Weapons School at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.

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A former Army recruiter stationed in San Antonio, Texas, was sentenced to 17 years in a federal prison on Nov. 2 for his role in funneling dozens of assault rifles to representatives from the Gulf Cartel, one of Mexico’s oldest drug trafficking syndicates, NBC News reports.

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