Henderson Man Sentenced After Selling Stolen Items from Nellis Air Force Base

 

A Henderson man was sentenced to 18 months in prison and two years probation after selling property stolen from Nellis Air Force Base.

Temogen Tran Noguni, 38-years-old was sentenced in Las Vegas after pleading guilty in August to one count of unauthorized sale of U.S. property.

Two co-defendants in the case had previously pled guilty to criminal charges regarding this case, including Jonathan Owens, 27 –years-old and a staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base at the time.

Federal prosecutors stated that Noguni admitted to purchasing the stolen items from Owens in 2015.

The items stolen were smoke grenades, body armor vests, rifle scope, night vision binoculars, and goggles. Also purchased were armor-piercing .50 caliber cartridges which are not available for public sale.

Noguni was arrested after listing the items for sale on the internet.

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