A Bellevue man is headed to prison after admitted to having unregistered guns.
United States District Court Chief Judge Linda R. Reade sentenced a Bellevue man to 235 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to one count of being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition and another count of possessing unregistered weapons.
Terrance Kilburg pleaded guilty to the crimes on April 14. In his plea agreement, he admitted to having ammunition and 15 different firearms, two of which were "sawed-off" shotguns.
Before his arrest, materials used to make methamphetamine were found on Kilburg's property. He also admitted he let someone on his property to make the drug.
Kilburg is being held in United States Marshal's custody until he can be transferred to federal prison.
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