Convicted Felons Sentenced for Illegal Firearms Possession

Convicted Felons Sentenced for Illegal Firearms Possession

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. –  A federal judge this week sentenced three men for being felons in possession of a firearm, announced U.S. Attorney Prim F. Escalona and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Acting Special Agent in Charge Mickey French.

United States District Court Judge R. David Proctor sentenced the following defendants:   

Jonathan Peter Smith, 44, of Lincoln, was sentenced to 59 months in prison for illegally possessing a Ruger .38 caliber revolver, and a Ruger 9mm pistol in November 2021 in Calhoun County after having been previously convicted of a felony.  Smith pleaded guilty to the charge in July. 

Timothy Richard Muncey, 29, of  Gardendale, was sentenced to 55 months in prison for illegally possessing a .223 caliber Arsenal Defense rifle and a Sig Sauer .45 caliber pistol in August 2021 in Jefferson County after having been previously convicted of a felony.  Muncey pleaded guilty to the charge in July.

Teddricko Lytez Armstrong, 26, of Anniston, was sentenced to 114 months in prison for illegally possessing a Glock .40 caliber pistol in September 2018 in Calhoun County after having been previously convicted of a felony.  Armstrong pleaded guilty to the charge in July.

ATF investigated the case along with the Ohatchee Police Department, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, and Anniston, Police Department.   Assistant U.S. Attorney Kristy Peoples prosecuted the case.

Go to Source

If you have specific legal questions in the United States, feel free to look around Legal Help Near Me to see if there are any qualified legal representatives that can help you for free. Legal matters can oftentimes be solved with a simple conversation and a pointed link to the required state solution.