Florence, South Carolina 2021-06-08 21:59:19 –
Maxton, NC (WBTW) — According to the US Attorney’s Office, a Maxton man was sentenced to 11 years in prison on Tuesday for possessing firearms by a convicted serious offender.
According to the document, Jonathan Wayne Clark, 28, Mass shootings at a birthday party According to the law firm, July 20, 2019 in Red Springs. The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office said .40 and 7.62 caliber shell cases and Glock 23 were found at the crime scene.
John David Campbell III was killed in a shooting. Two others were injured in the shooting. The other two were also arrested in connection with the shooting.
According to officials, Clark attended the party and had a Draco AK-47 style pistol. There were at least 50 people at the party. According to a law firm, Clark admitted during an interview with law enforcement that he was a member of the gang and had a connection with Folk Nation.
G. Normal Acker III, Deputy Federal Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, has issued a decision from US District Court Justice Louise W. Flanagan.
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