Serving Probation in 2013
U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller of Sacramento, California sentenced 38-year-old Devon Gregory Biggs Jr. to 16 months in prison for his part in thefts of military equipment.
Judge Mueller also heard the guilty plea of 36-year-old Tony Herrin. Herron admitted to stealing more than $ 400,000 worth of tasers and other items. Herrin and Biggs worked as civilian employees at the Sierra Army Depot, U.S. Army base in Herlong, Lassen County, California. Judge Mueller will sentence Herrin for May 27.
To this day, no supervisor or Army officer has been reprimanded, fired or charged with any crimes related to this case. Where as the Whistleblowers have all been fired and removed from the Sierra Army Depot.
Assistant United States Attorney
Biggs plead guilty in November and admitted a role in stealing machine gun components, night vision goggles, laser illumination technology and low-light video recording equipment from the Sierra Army Depot. Judge Mueller ordered Biggs to pay restitution to the government of $200,000.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Christiaan Highsmith told Judge Mueller at the sentencing hearing that Biggs stole to buy methamphetamines.