Brandon stun guns

Brandon police arrested a man after a package of 12 stun guns was intercepted by border guards. (Brandon Police Service/Twitter)

A dozen stun guns destined for Brandon, including six that looked like iPhones, were intercepted by the Canada Border Services Agency and a 51-year-old man has been charged, police said Wednesday.

Canada Border Services officials seized the devices and a Brandon man was charged with 12 counts of possession of a prohibited weapon, police said.

He has been released and is expected in court in June.