KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Kansas City man has been convicted of illegally promoting 15 weapons, together with some which were linked to shootings.
Federal prosecutors stated 27-year-old Mickael Oliver will face at the least seven years in jail when he’s sentenced.
Prosecutors stated 4 of the weapons Oliver or his associates offered have been stolen, and at the least one of the weapons was offered to a convicted felon. Three different Kansas City-area residents have been charged in connection to the case, and two of them have already been sentenced to jail.
Oliver was charged after he illegally offered weapons to a confidential informant who had been working with brokers from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and (*15*).
Some of the weapons Oliver offered have been linked to shootings within the Kansas City space though he hasn’t been charged in these shootings.
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