Two men sentenced in federal court for firearms offenses

Two Juneau men were sentenced in federal court Friday on firearms charges.

James V. Drury, 50, was sentenced to six years in prison and three years supervised release for breaking into a Ketchikan home in 2016 and stealing two rifles and for illegally possessing firearms as a convicted felon, acccoring to a U.S. Attorney for the District of Alaska release. During the burglary, Drury pointed a rifle at the homeowner and instructed him not to move. Drury has previous convictions in Alask court for burglary and attempted burglary.

In a separate case, Christopher W. Davison, 34, was sentenced to seven and half years in prison, plus three years supervised release, for owning firearms as a convicted felon. Davison, who was previously convicted in Alaska court for vehicle theft, criminal mischief and riot, was arrested in 2017 after a police search found a stolen pistol and ammunition in his possession.

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