( CNN) The man accused of holding eight females against their will in a suburban Atlanta mansion now faces 12 additional felony charges, police in Sandy Springs, Georgia, said Friday.
Kenndric Roberts, 33, was charged Friday with five additional countings of false imprisonment, five counts of trafficking persons for labor, and two countings of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
An AK-4 7 assault rifle and a Glock. 45 -caliber handgun were recovered in the investigation, police said. Roberts initially was charged with one count each of false imprisonment and human trafficking.