Friday, Aug. 24, 2018|1:18 p.m.
Court files say the weapons came from a licensed firearms dealership going to a gun show.
Samual Lane Donesing, 28, and Jaemillah Eagans, 26, pleaded innocent Thursday during preliminary court looks in Las Vegas, Interim U.S. Lawyer Dayle Elieson stated.
Attorneys Kathryn Newman, representing Donesing, and Brian James Smith, representing Eagans, decreased to comment.
Henderson authorities and federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents found the pickup and trailer in separate places in Las Vegas after the July 31 theft outside Feast Henderson.
The cache of weapons, ammo, holsters and publications was discovered at a house in Las Vegas where Donesing and Eagans were arrested Aug. 1.
Authorities also located a white Cadillac parked on a nearby street that had actually been seen on casino security video in connection with the theft, inning accordance with the indictment.
It likewise said Donesing and Eagans were recognized from gamer commitment cards that they used in the gambling establishment in the hours before the truck and trailer were taken.
Each suspect might confront 10 years in federal prison if founded guilty.
Donesing likewise faces a charge of being a felon in ownership of a gun.
He had 4 previous felony convictions in state court in Las Vegas on charges consisting of forgery, automobile theft, belongings of a stolen vehicle and break-in.
Donesing stayed in federal custody pending a trial scheduled Oct. 15. Eagans was placed on monitored release consisting of drug treatment.