3 facing charges related to stolen FBI guns

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Three men are charged with stealing or possessing guns and other equipment taken from an FBI agent's car.

Federal indictments say the goods were stolen June 6 in Hattiesburg, from the car at the agent's house.

Nineteen-year-old Cameron Undrae Eatmon and 18-year-old Christopher Ryan Burkett are charged with theft of government property and possessing stolen guns.

Thirty-one-year-old Glenn Eddie Gholar is charged with possessing a stolen gun and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Court records say Eatmon stole a submachine gun, assault rifle and shotgun and gave them to Burkett, who allegedly took pictures with his cellphone and sent text messages trying to sell the guns.

Gholar is accused of buying two of the guns.

Attorneys listed in court records didn't answer messages seeking comment.

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