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Feds charge 2 men for stealing more than 100 guns from Michigan store

Federal prosecutors have charged two men with a series of criminal violations stemming from the alleged theft of more than 100 firearms from a southwest Michigan sporting goods store.

According to a federal affidavit, the men allegedly blindfolded and handcuffed the store manager outside his Benton Harbor home, holding him at gunpoint until he revealed details about the store’s security, including including access codes, allowing the men to enter a Dunham’s Sports in Benton Harbor and fill the coolers with the guns stolen on the night of November 16.

Court documents filed Monday show Darnell Bishop, 33, and Dontrell Nance, 25, were both charged with robbery under a federal interstate commerce law, use of a firearm during of a felony, theft of firearms from a federally licensed dealer and knowingly possessing stolen firearms. crimes.

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