Greensboro Man Sentenced to 46 Years in Federal Jail for Armed Standoff with Regulation Enforcement | crime

GREENSBORO – A Greensboro man was sentenced to 46 years federal prison on Wednesday in connection with an hour-long stalemate in which he shot law enforcement officers in 2020.

Randall Gray Stoneman Jr., 52, was found knowledgeable in possession with intent to distribute marijuana on August 24 last year, possession of firearms to promote the crime, possession of firearms following a previous conviction, and possession of body armor following a Conviction condemns a violent crime, the North Carolina Central District Attorney said in a press release. He was acquitted of charges related to the maintenance of a drug-related premises.

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According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Stoneman was armed with two Remington 12-gauge shotguns, a Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun, a Colt .223 caliber semi-automatic, and ammunition, and wore a ballistic vest during the confrontation with law enforcement. Officials also found dozens of rounds of ammunition, including 36 spent shells, the US prosecutor said.

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