MILFORD — Police seized 15 guns, more than 5,000 rounds of ammunition and a sword from a Loomis Street man whose wife told authorities she feared he was trying to lure her to the home to kill her, then turn one of the guns on himself.

Randolph Stebbins Jr., 47, now faces more than a dozen felony weapons charges, including two counts of possessing assault rifles.

He posted bonds totaling $80,000 after being arraigned on the charges Wednesday and is scheduled to return to court Nov. 20. A judge ordered Stebbins to stay away from his wife and wear a GPS monitor while out on bond.

Stebbins’ wife called 911 at 4:05 p.m. Oct 11 and told police her husband had called her to say he was going to shoot himself in the head, according to an arrest warrant.

Police went to the house, where they found Stebbins standing outside the front door. At first he complied with their orders, “but then stated he did not want to stay outside because he thought we were going to take his guns,” according to the warrant .

An officer grabbed Stebbins as he tried to shut the door after stepping back into the house. He denied telling his wife he was going to harm himself.

His wife told police that, after calling her, Stebbins had hung up the phone and tried to call her via Facetime, but she didn’t pick up because she thought Stebbins “wanted her to see him shoot himself.”

Police found a loaded .45-caliber handgun on a dresser in a bedroom of the home, and a shell casing next to it.

Stebbins’ wife told police he had been arguing with her and becoming more and more violent, though he never put his hands on her. She said Stebbins had been diagnosed with cancer in July and has been on a long list of medications.

After Stebbins was taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, his wife found a bullet hole in a shower that police said appeared to match the .45-caliber handgun.

The warrant said the woman was visibly upset and “adamantly believes” that Stebbins “was trying to lure her back to the home to kill her, and then kill himself.” Stebbins told police the gun had gone off by accident.

In addition to the handgun, the warrant alleged police found 14 other guns, about 5,500 rounds of ammunition, 11 high-capacity magazines, a paintball rifle and a katana. Police wrote a risk warrant for the guns seized.

Stebbins had seven guns registered in his name, but only five of them were recovered at the home. The warrant said police believed the other two were in a cabin in Vermont and were working with cops there to seize them.