Owner of Global Dynasty Corps, an Orlando gun store and his brother accused of shipping truck filled with guns to Haiti.
Junior Joseph and Jimy Joseph are accused of filling a truck with more than 150 guns, including shotguns and assault rifles from Palm Beach to Haiti
Records indicate the two brother used WhatsApp to message people in Haiti, including a politician, about the shipment.
Customs officials in Haiti said they discovered in 2016 more than 150 weapons, ammunition, tactical vests and uniforms hidden in a truck shipped from Florida.
Two years later, court documents reveal that Junior Joseph, the owner of an Orlando gun store, and his brother Jimy Joseph are believed to have been behind it.
"Well, it surprises me, because, like I said, Junior is a Marine also, and I didn't know he was involved in anything like that," said Rodney Shepherd, who owns a nearby gym.
The Global Dynasty Corps website lists Junior Joseph as a lead trainer, touting his military service and his degree in criminal justice.