Police searched the home of an aspiring comedian in West Bloomfield and what they ended up finding was no joke.
Bradley Karcho thought he was living his dreams. The aspiring comedian posted pictures on his Instagram account of himself posing with celebrities.
On Monday, Karcho's dreams were shattered when police arrested him for allegedly selling fake Rolex watches at the MGM casino.
They did an undercover operation which led police to search his West Bloomfield house.
"They recovered multiple stolen and not stolen items which included weapons, two handguns and a rifle," said Sgt. Michael Woody of Detroit police. "There was also suspected narcotics recovered."
A neighbor who does not want to be identified says he's surprised that Karcho could be involved in such a crime.
Karcho was arraigned Tuesday afternoon at 36th District Court and received a $10,000 personal bond.
Police say they are reviewing and testing the items removed from the house to see who the stolen items belong to. They say this investigation at the MGM Casino is an example of how police work with businesses to fight crime.
Sgt. Woody credits the officers with getting the situation under control before anyone got hurt.