Perhaps that’s how the couple was able to afford some of the luxury items police seized from their home in the New York suburbs last week: “four late-model BMWs, three Rolex watches valued at $50,000, 10 unregistered handguns, a military-style rifle and a number of bogus law enforcement identification papers,” according to the Associated Press. (The Journal News reports that one of the rifles is “capable of launching grenades.”)

The couple was arrested Friday and charged with felony grand larceny, following a weeks-long investigation by police. Officials at Vassar, a liberal arts university in New York’s Hudson Valley, notified police in March after noticing “irregularities in records pertaining to construction projects that Arthur Fisher had overseen,” according to the The Poughkeepsie Journal.

You can read the full Poughkeepsie Journal article, here.