A federal indictment revealed Tuesday shows that Miguel Angel Rosas-Ramirez of Mexico and Eduardo Estrada Medina of Guatemala face gun and drug charges over alleged activity in Gainesville, Georgia.

The indictment alleges that Rosas-Ramirez was illegally obtaining firearms then selling them. The indictment claims that one Estrada was allegedly one of the persons purchasing Rosas-Ramirez’s guns.

According to CBS 46, the indictment claims that “Estrada, a citizen of Guatemala, illegally reentered the United States after being deported, purchased several weapons from Rosas-Ramirez, and trafficked in methamphetamine.”

Feds allege that Rosas-Ramirez “unlawfully” acquired a concealed carry license and used that permit to purchase more than 100 guns, a number of which were allegedly sold to illegal aliens “who were themselves trafficking drugs