Police have confiscated 80 firearms of various calibers and 874 boxes of ammunition found at a homeless shelter in Cleveland.
A police report says the items were taken from St. Herman's House of Hospitality last week "in connection with a crisis intervention." Sgt. Sammy Morris says the investigation continues. No other information was available.
City Councilman Joe Cimperman tells WKYC-TV that the weapons included AK-47s and other high-powered firearms. He says it was a "miracle" no one was hurt.
The shelter's Web site says it provides overnight lodging to about 12,000 men each year and offers other social services to those in need.
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