Greensboro Man Gets 46 Years for Multiple Charges Including Possessing Firearms

A Greensboro man has been sentenced to 46 years in prison after his conviction on charges filed after he barricaded himself inside a home and began shooting at law enforcement officers, a federal prosecutor says. Randall Gray Stoneman, 52, was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Greensboro on multiple charges, including possessing firearms after a previous felony conviction and possessing body armor after having been convicted of a crime of violence.

Author: Mike Jackson