Feds charge 2 men for robbery of 100+ guns from Michigan store

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In this image taken from publicly available court records, two photos of coolers filled with handguns are captured. According to federal prosecutors, the handguns were stolen from a southwest Michigan sporting goods store the night of Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023, before being apprehended by police the following day.

Federal prosecutors have charged two men with a series of felony violations stemming from the alleged theft of more than 100 guns from a southwest Michigan sporting goods store.

According to a federal affidavit, the men are alleged to have blindfolded and handcuffed the store’s manager outside his Benton Harbor home, holding him at gunpoint until he revealed details about the store’s security, including access codes, allowing the men to enter a Dunham’s Sports in Benton Harbor and fill coolers with the stolen guns during the night of Nov. 16.

Court documents filed Monday show Darnell Bishop, 33, and Dontrell Nance, 25, have both been charged with robbery under a federal interstate commerce statute, using a firearm during a crime, stealing firearms from a federally licensed dealer and knowingly possessing stolen firearms, all felonies.

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