A Centralia man who was accused of stealing guns with plans to sell them to protesters in Ferguson, Missouri following the Michael Brown shooting in 2014 is headed to prison. 20-year-old Dakota Moss was sentenced Friday to more than 20 years for burglarizing a Buchheit of Centralia farm and home supply store and stealing 39 guns in November of last year.
Moss was also ordered to pay nearly 30-thousand dollars in restitution. He was indicted by a federal grand jury last December along with a juvenile who was not identified. Police discovered that Brown and the juvenile planned to steal the guns and sell them to people taking part in the rioting and looting in Ferguson last summer.