G. R. SMITH, Magistrate Judge.
Defendant Juan Carlos Negron moves the Court to order the return of property seized from his home to its rightful owners. See doc. 51. Specifically, he seeks the return of approximately $356, allegedly the property of Negron's four-year-old son, and three firearms, allegedly owned by his father. See id. at 1 (identifying the alleged owners of property), 3 (specifying the line number, in the attached inventory, of the money); 51-3 at 1 (specifying the amount of money).
Pretermitting the procedural questions raised by Negron's motion,
The Government plausibly construes what Negron brings here as a Fed. R. Crim. P. 41(g) motion. Doc. 53 at 3. That rule provides a remedy to "[a] person aggrieved by an unlawful search and seizure of property or by the deprivation of property." Fed. R. Crim. P. 41(g). Even so construed, his motion still has unaddressed flaws, most notably Negron's failure to show standing to assert his son or parents' property rights . See generally doc. 51; see also doc. 53 at 3 (noting standing issue).
Since, for the reasons explained below, it is clear that this motion must be denied, the Court need not subject itself or the parties to further briefing seeking some legal basis for Negron's motion or to determine whether he has standing to bring it in the first place.