Cache of More Than 100 Firearms Found at Rancho Cucamonga Home of LAPD Officer Suspected of Sex With Cadet

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Investigators are seen handling firearms outside the Rancho Cucamonga home of Robert Cain on June 22, 2017. (Credit: KTLA)

More than 100 firearms, including modified assault rifles, were recovered at the home of the Los Angeles police officer accused of having sex with an underage member of the department’s long-hailed cadet program, law enforcement sources told The Times on Friday.

Robert Cain is shown in a photo posted to his Facebook page on June 4, 2016.

The weapons were recovered during a search of Officer Robert Cain’s Rancho Cucamonga home on Thursday, according to three law enforcement sources who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the case.

Some of the weapons were described as “assault rifles,” according to the sources. Two of the sources said a grenade launcher and grenades were recovered, but the devices were either dysfunctional or inert.

LAPD investigators are trying to determine if any of the weapons are illegal in California, according to two of the sources.

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