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DOJ: Former FedEx driver sentenced to 6 days in prison for selling guns he stole from packages #9001642 02/08/24 12:17 AM
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https://www.boston25news.com/news/l...ole-packages/F2HSE2HBSJCUBJLP7N6FQA3SUU/

Judge Kelley was appointed by Biden.

I don't know what the law allows for punishment, but even "the government" recommended only 10 months.

DOJ: Former FedEx driver sentenced to 6 days in prison for selling guns he stole from packages

By Timothy Nazzaro, Boston 25 News Staff
February 06, 2024 at 4:08 pm EST


BOSTON — A Middleborough truck driver was sentenced to six days in prison and three years supervised release on Friday for stealing and selling three guns from packages he was responsible for delivering.

40-year-old Frank P. O’Toole was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Angel Kelley after pleading guilty to two counts of possession or sale of a stolen firearm on June 16, 2023.

O’Toole was a FedEx delivery truck driver at a facility in Middleborough, where between October 2021 and June 2022, he stole three packages containing two rifles and a shotgun that were sent from out-of-state, intended for a Federal Firearms Licensee. The Department of Justice says O’Toole subsequently sold the guns to an undercover agent on two separate occasions on August 9, 2022, and August 12, 2022.

In addition to the three years of supervised release, O’Toole was ordered to complete 250 hours of community service.

The government recommended a 10-month prison sentence, according to authorities.


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Re: DOJ: Former FedEx driver sentenced to 6 days in prison for selling guns he stole from packages [Re: Mickey Moose] #9001660 02/08/24 12:44 AM
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I can pretty much guarantee to you he is a "cooperator". Seeing as how he sold them to a UC Agent, they were most likely already working on a large EOC case and he was a low rung on the ladder.

Re: DOJ: Former FedEx driver sentenced to 6 days in prison for selling guns he stole from packages [Re: Mickey Moose] #9003061 02/10/24 04:30 AM
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How did he manage to run accross the feds while selling just 3 guns? Were they already working a case and stumbled across him or was he the primary target of an investigation?


Trolling? Heck no, I meant every word of it.
Re: DOJ: Former FedEx driver sentenced to 6 days in prison for selling guns he stole from packages [Re: ntxtrapper] #9003064 02/10/24 04:32 AM
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What does EOC mean?


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Re: DOJ: Former FedEx driver sentenced to 6 days in prison for selling guns he stole from packages [Re: Mickey Moose] #9020243 03/16/24 05:44 PM
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US courts are trash now. Should have gotten several yrs locked up.

Re: DOJ: Former FedEx driver sentenced to 6 days in prison for selling guns he stole from packages [Re: blkt2] #9020263 03/16/24 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by blkt2
How did he manage to run accross the feds while selling just 3 guns? Were they already working a case and stumbled across him or was he the primary target of an investigation?


Two controlled deliveries, like I said, they had to already working on a case and he got tangled up in it. If he was the target he would be in the BOP for a long time.

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