A Eugene Police Property/Financial Crimes Unit detective was conducting some proactive, self-initiated work and uncovered information an Elmira resident, Howard Todd Floyd, age 57, and who is a felon, was in possession of guns, body armor, and gun manufacturing equipment. He took possession of the items to hold for his son, Isaac Floyd, age 19, who is currently in Lane County Jail on felony assault charges. There was also information that his son was buying lower parts of firearms, milling them out, and creating ‘ghost guns’ with them, and then selling them.
The detective wrote and applied for a search warrant for Howard Floyd’s residence and the search warrant was granted by a judge. On September 15, around 2:50 p.m., the EPD Property/Financial Crimes Unit served the search warrant with the help of EPD SWAT. The teams recovered two handguns, a short-barreled rifle, a suppressor, body armor and various AR parts, including lower and upper receivers.
Howard Floyd was charged with Possession Prohibited Firearm, Felon in Possession of Body Armor, and Felon in Possession of Firearm.
On September 16, the detective added arrest charges for Isaac, including Felon in Possession of Body Armor, Unlawful Possession of a Short Barrel Rifle, and Attempted Unlawful Distribution of a Firearm. Case 23-12526