Centralia Teen Pleads Guilty To Five Federal Charges

(East St. Louis, IL) — A Centralia teenager is facing years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing firearms with the intent of selling them to Ferguson protestors. Dakota Moss admitted that he and another kid rammed a stolen truck through a fence and on to Buchheit Farm Store. They then broke into the farm’s home store, stealing dozens of rifles, pistols, shotguns and over one thousand rounds of ammunition. Moss faces at least 20 years in prison under federal sentencing guidelines. His accomplice is in the custody of the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice.