Florence, South Carolina 2021-04-22 15:23:10 –
Robeson County, North Carolina (WBTW) —A man in Robeson County was convicted of firing at two Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Agency (ATF) agents, according to the eastern district of the Federal Attorney’s Office in North Carolina. ..
According to authorities, Gary Lynn Gatlin, 50, could face a minimum of 120 months in prison if sentenced to September 2021.
Gatlin approached an agent sitting in a car on Water Tower Road in Aurum in February 2019. According to the release, Gatlin accused them of being in their property and threatened to “blow their heads.”
Gatlin went out with a shotgun, fired a shot in the air, and fired two more at the vehicle, Release said. After the ATF agent confirmed that he was a police officer, Gatlin fired two more bullets into the vehicle. The agent was able to escape. Olam Middle School was closed Because of the incident.
According to the release, Gatlin pleaded guilty to a common law robbery in Robeson County in 2008.
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