MINEOLA - ? The Woodmere man accused of storing artillery and a pot farm in his parents? house is heading to court today. Officials say Marc Ringel is back in court for a conference. Ringel told News 12 Long Island cameras last week that he had done nothing wrong and pleaded not guilty to the charges. Ringel?s attorney says he only collected firearms so he could sell them.Ringel could get 25 years in prison if convicted.

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