The United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa claims a Davenport man was sentenced to a few a long time and two months in federal prison for becoming a felon with ammunition.
Christopher Michael Screechfield, 23, was sentenced to two many years for a charge of felon in possession of ammunition, and just one calendar year and two months for a supervised release violation.
“According to courtroom files, Screechfield was determined immediately after officers responded to a residence in Davenport where Screechfield tried to dedicate suicide and wounded himself. Screechfield was transported to the medical center,” the release states. “Even more investigation from law enforcement unveiled Screechfield was wanted for a supervised release violation by the United States Marshals Support. When officers took Screechfield into custody, he had 3 bullets in his possession.”
Screechfield pleaded guilty to the felony on April 20. He is purchased to serve 3 many years of supervised release following his jail term and spend $100 to the Criminal offense Victims’ Fund.
He was set on supervised release on Oct. 15, 2020 soon after finishing a prison sentence for getting an unregistered firearm.
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