Three men sentenced for firearm violations in WV

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Northern District of West Virginia announced the sentencing of three men for firearms violations.

Talten Dominic Hall, 39 of Edinburg, was sentenced to 84 months in prison and five years of supervised release for possession of a firearm in connection to a drug trafficking crime.

Hall was originally arrested in September of 2022.

Reports stated he fired shots at members of the security staff at Lust Gentlemen’s Club in Martinsburg.

He was later located in Shenandoah County with two firearms.

Hall was prohibited from owning firearms due to domestic battery and assault convictions in Virginia.

Julian McGuire, 35 of Martinsburg, was sentenced to 46 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for unlawful possession of firearms.

Officers were called to McGuire’s home for a domestic disturbance.

After a search of his home and vehicle, they discovered firearms and parts. 

McGuire is prohibited from owning firearms because of a prior felony drug conviction.

Aityontae Moye, 20 of Baltimore, was sentenced to 26 months and three years of supervised release after making false statements to purchase a firearm.

Investigators were led to Moye after reports of shots fired in Cumberland, Maryland.

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