An individual from Oklahoma City has been sentenced to serve seven years in federal prison for repeatedly possessing illegal firearms.
Urias has been convicted of multiple felonies, according to public records. (Photo credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
A man from Oklahoma City has been given an 84-month prison sentence for possessing a firearm illegally on three different occasions, even after being previously convicted of a felony. This is a serious offense under federal law, and the consequences are severe. The individual will now have to serve a significant amount of time behind bars as a result of his actions. It serves as a reminder that federal authorities take illegal possession of firearms very seriously and will not hesitate to prosecute offenders to the fullest extent of the law.
Efrain Urias, a 37-year-old individual, faced charges on September 29, 2022, for possessing firearms despite being a felon. The charges against him included three counts related to this offence.
During the hearing for his sentencing last Friday, Urias received a sentence of 84 months in federal prison from U.S. District Judge Charles Goodwin. Urias will also be under three years of supervised release after his incarceration.
According to public records, Urias has been convicted of several felonies, including possession of methamphetamine, second-degree burglary, and assault and battery on a police officer in Kingfisher County.
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