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RICHMOND, Va. -- The ATF was tipped off recently to a scheme which involved trafficking guns from Richmond to the black market in New York.

Following an investigation, the bureau made an arrest.

Crime Insider sources told Jon Burkett that Toddai Deveaux would travel to Central Virginia from Connecticut and hook up with people that would buy guns for him at Green Top and Colonial Shooting Academy.

The feds charged Deveaux with making false statements and aiding and abetting.

Crime Insider sources also confirmed an Old Dominion student was wrapped up in the trafficking operation that would see 16 guns leave Virginia and be sold on the streets of New York.

Stay with CBS 6 for the latest on this developing story.

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