Police seize 17 firearms, stun gun, ammunition from felon in Milwaukie Police seize 17 firearms, stun gun, ammunition from felon in Milwaukie | OregonLive.com The resurrected Portland police gun task force this weekend seized 17 firearms and a stun gun from a 48-year-old convicted felon living in Milwaukie. Dohnald Lee Roy Hartman is facing 18 counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm and is being held at the Clackamas County jail on $500,000 bail. A tip to the task force led police to execute a search warrant on Hartman's Milwaukie home late Saturday. He was booked into jail on Sunday. The seizure included a wide range of firearms: seven handguns, five rifles, five shotguns and one stun gun. Police also seized more than 1,200 rounds of ammunition. dohnaldhartman.jpgDohnald Lee Roy Hartman Portland's Assistant Chief Eric Hendricks called the seizure somewhat of a "surprise" because of the number of firearms and variety. They include high-caliber hunting rifles and military assault rifles, such as an AR-15 assault rifle and SKS assault rifle. Among the handguns was a Mac 11. Hartman has a lengthy criminal record spanning three counties, starting with a second-degree burglary conviction in 1982 in Multnomah County to a 1995 attempted murder with a firearm. "This guy is a poster child for the purpose and mission of the gun task force," Hendricks said. In April, the Portland Police Bureau announced that the resurrected task force aimed at targeting gun offenders and getting firearms out of the hands of youths and criminals had recovered 62 firearms and made 24 arrests. That was 5 1/2 months into its operation. To date, the task force has collected 129 firearms. Federal charges will be considered against Hartman. The resurrected gun task force was modeled after the Youth Gun Anti-Violence Task Force that former Mayor Vera Katz helped create in 1998. YGAT followed a wave of drive-by shootings and youth homicides but was disbanded in 2007 because of budget cuts. Portland Sgt. Jami Resch leads four officers who make up the Illegal Gun Task Force, which was formed Oct. 28. The group works closely with gang enforcement officers to intercept firearms before they land in a youth's hands. The group also has assistance from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.