Allegedly made unlawful buy

A Lancaster man made a recent  federal court appearance in Las Vegas for allegedly making false statements in connection with the unlawful purchase of multiple firearms and selling the firearms without a license.

Kenneth Earl Smith Jr., 28, allegedly engaged in dealing firearms without a firearms business license from about May 13 last year to about Aug. 17, 2021, according to the indictment.

During the purchase of 19 firearms from licensed dealers in Las Vegas, Smith allegedly made false statements on ATF transaction records.

Prosecutors contend he represented that he was the buyer of the firearms, when in fact he was acquiring the firearms on behalf of other persons. Smith likewise represented that he was a Nevada resident, when in fact he was a California resident, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Las Vegas.

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  1. No way in hell does anyone ever get that much time for a gun. This has to be some devilish set up stuff. A jealous woman is the one who probably set him up and took him away from his son because she will never be happy. STOP THE ZOMBIES

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