A Kaysville, Utah, man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on 14 firearms violations after his arrest near Limon where authorities found several submachine guns in his car.

Jorge A. Alejandro was indicted on eight counts of possessing unregistered firearms, five counts of possessing firearms with obliterated numbers and one count of possessing a firearm not identified by a serial number.Two of the weapons found in Alejandro's car were stolen from a Hollywood, Calif., firm that supplies guns used in making movies, authorities said.

Alejandro had been working under the name of Larry Ramos for Omni Engineering of Overland Park, Kan., prior to his arrest, said Gary Wurm, special agent in charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.