A man has been arrested and charged after police found drugs, guns and stolen snowmobiles during a search of his residence in Chelsea, authorities announced Saturday.

Richard A. Dumond, 30, was arrested after police conducted a pair of search warrants at his residence at 208 Windsor Road in Chelsea on Friday, Lt. Chris Read of the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

The initial search warrant was obtained after police received a complaint of a stolen Harley-Davidson motorcycle at Dumond’s residence earlier this month. Police at the scene found “parts of the motorcycle,” which had been disassembled and illegally modified, according to Read.

“The serial numbers were removed using a grinding tool, which is not allowed by law,” he said in the release.

Authorities also found several firearms and “drug paraphernalia” at the residence, Read said. Because Dumond was on active bail conditions, deputies applied for a second search warrant, which turned up more firearms, drugs and stolen vehicles, according to police.

“Deputy Jordan Gaudet located two snowmobiles that he confirmed (were) the same ones stolen last fall from a residence in Randolph,” Read said. “All the stolen items and 12.17 grams of methamphetamine were confiscated.”

Dumond has been charged with three counts of theft by receiving stolen property, two counts of Class E criminal simulation, and single charges of unlawful furnishing of methamphetamine, illegal possession of a firearm, aggravated criminal mischief, violation of protective order, and Class C criminal simulation.

He was being held at the Kennebec County Jail without bail, an intake officer confirmed, with his initial court date set for Feb. 20.

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