WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. — A Williamsville man who teaches at a Buffalo high school has been accused of selling marijuana for as long as 20 years, according to a federal criminal complaint.

Investigators found weapons and explosives at 52-year-old Michael Masecchia’s home following a search warrant executed Friday, according to a news release Thursday from U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Investigators seized seven homemade explosives, marijuana, marijuana paraphernalia and $27,950 in cash, according to the complaint which was filed Wednesday in federal court. The cash was hidden in clothing and bound with rubber bands, according to the complaint.

Investigators found:

  • Two rifles, five shotguns, and a pistol
  • Various ammunition for the firearms
  • Seven homemade explosives
  • Three Mason jars containing marijuana
  • Various steroids in liquid and tablet form
  • Hypodermic needles
  • THC edibles
  • Cannabis syrup
  • Two grams of a white powder suspected to be cocaine
  • Suspected hashish
  • A digital scale
  • Numerous plastic bags and small bottles containing marijuana
  • Four cell phones

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