Feds raid a house seeking evidence in a domestic terrorism investigation


  Federal law enforcement isn’t talking, but this morning agents from the FBI, ATF and other possibly agencies linked to the Joint Terrorism Task Force executed a search warrant on a Gunther Circle residence near Buffalo Drive and Cimmaron Road.

  Neighbors say they heard agents were seeking explosives, and one source said the raid was linked to a months-old domestic terrorism investigation. Four suspects will face tax, money laundering and gun charges, a source close to the investigation says.

  Word from the Lloyd George U.S. District Courthouse is hushed, but it now appears the suspects will make their initial court appearance Friday. There was talk of sealed court documents possibly being made public late this afternoon.

  The house at 8208 Gunther Circle is owned by Boriana Ltd., a company registered in Nevada. According to the Secretary of State’s office, Harold Edward Call is the registered agent and general partner of Boriana Ltd. Pun Ok Call is also listed as a general partner, according to the secretary's Web site.

  ATF and FBI representatives at the scene had no comment and referred questions to the U.S. attorney.

  An open garage door was filled with clutter and included what appeared to be ammunition re-loading equipment of the kind used by shooting enthusiasts for recreational purposes. A bumper sticker read, “My President is Charlton Heston.”

  The two-story property was marked by a flag pole without a flag.