CHICAGO | A South Holland man received nearly 17 years in federal prison Thursday for illegally purchasing hundreds of high-powered firearms at Indiana gun shows and selling them without a federal firearms dealer license on the streets of Chicago.
CHICAGO | A federal jury on Friday convicted a South Holland man of buying hundreds of high-powered firearms at Indiana gun shows and illegally selling them in Chicago without a federal firearms dealer license.
David Lewisbey, of South Holland, is seen holding a wad of cash as part of evidence prosecutors presented at his federal trial in Chicago, where he was convicted of illegally selling firearms bought at Indiana gun shows.
Some of the weapons bought by David Lewisbey, of South Holland, is shown as evidence by prosecutors during his trial in federal court in Chicago.
David Lewisbey holds a wad of money in a photo that was presented as evidence in his trial.
In regard to the editorial, "Stop gun shows at Lake County fairgrounds," you mention Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says this and that. With Cook County, it's always take and take, tolls and taxes.
I am responding to the Feb. 20 editorial entitled "Stop gun shows at Lake County fairgrounds."
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