Newcastle man gets 12 years jail for illegal guns
Marlon Rocha and his brother are convicted of two counts of illegal possession of a firearm
Their father has been convicted of two counts of illegal possession of a firearm
A 16-year-old boy with an outstanding criminal record pleaded guilty to a handgun charge Monday and agreed to serve three years in prison for his involvement in an illegal firearms purchase and storage scheme.
Marlon Rocha pleaded guilty Monday to a charge of illegal possession of a firearm and was ordered to serve three years in prison in the case.
Listed as 'no parole,' he'll be released following his third day in jail on Dec. 3, his attorney, Tom LaVoy, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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Law예스 카지노s: A 16-year-old boy 마닐라카지노with an outstanding criminal record pleaded guilty to a charge of illegal possession of a firearm after his brother, Marlon Rocha, pleaded guilty to one count each of illegal possession of a firearm and unlawful storage of a firearm
Fingerprint: Marlon Rocha, a Las Vegas man with three convictions for aggravated assault, was caught with more than 50 rounds of ammunition found in his vehicle as he was taken into custody
Jail: Marlon Rocha pleaded guilty to two counts of illegal possession of a firearm and was ordered to serve three years in prison in the case
The brothers, both 19, were arrested following a tip from police in October when they discovered more than 100 rounds of ammunition on Rocha's rental Honda Accord.
The Rocha home was set on fire while the brothers fled, and it was determined Rocha was firing the guns inside the vehicle.
As their story progressed, Las Vegas police learned that the Rochas were dealing with a gun buyer in California who sold all of the firearms, including more than 250 rounds of ammo, to a gun dealer in Nevada.
The sales took place between 2011 and 2014. The dealers, one of whom, Richard Thomas, is a Las Vegas resident, sold the items to their brother in San Diego and sold them to others in New York.
According to 룰렛court documents, the gun buyers went from dealer to dealer until eventually buying nearly a decade of ammunition in 2012 from the same dealer, Richard Thomas.
The dealer said he was not involved in the scheme, and that Rocha's family was paying for the purchase. Thomas told investigators he sold the purchase