Bakersfield, California 2021-10-14 14:18:00 –
A man in Bakersfield was charged Thursday by a federal grand jury for a felony in possession of ammunition, the office of deputy US prosecutor Philip A. Talbert announced in a news release.
According to Talbert’s office, law enforcement officers stopped the vehicle with Raylon Tijay Randall, 24, as a passenger and discovered that he had a 9mm pistol with 31 ammunition. According to Talbert’s office, he was convicted of a robbery once in 2016 and a felony in possession of firearms in 2018, so legal possession of firearms and ammunition is not possible. can not.
If convicted, Randall will face 10 years in prison and a $ 250,000 fine, the office said in a news release.
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