An Auburn man has been sentenced to seven years in prison and three years of supervised release for selling guns and drugs.
Joshua Fuller, 32, was arrested in December after selling multiple weapons and methamphetamine to somebody working undercover for law enforcement. He was armed with a stolen Glock .40-caliber gun at the time of his arrest in a South Seattle parking lot.
According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office:
In November, the informant bought an SKS 7.62-caliber assault rifle and an ER Amantino 12-gauge shotgun from Fuller at his Auburn home.
The next month, the informant purchased nearly eight grams of meth, a .32-caliber Ruger LCP handgun and a hand grenade body from Fuller.
Fuller was banned from possessing guns because he has a prior conviction for assault.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office reported that Fuller has been convicted of 23 crimes since he was email@example.com