3 Madison residents charged with related gun crimes
MADISON, Wis. — Three Madison residents were charged Wednesday with related crimes, including being a felon in possession of a firearm and making false statements to a federally licensed firearms dealer.
According to a news release from the Department of Justice, Lidia Guadalupe Molina, 21, was charged with three counts of making false statements to federally licensed firearms dealers when purchasing firearms.
The release said Molina was arrested Nov. 24 and was released following a hearing Nov. 26 with the condition that she not associate with the other defendants.
The other defendants were Jamohn Barney, 34, and Francisco Anglin, 22.
If convicted, Molina faces a maximum penalty of five years on each of the charges. Anglin faces a maximum of 10 years on a felon in possession charge and five years on aiding and abetting charges. Barney faces a maximum of 10 years.
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