Tony Herrin will have to pay back $411,333 in restitution to what he stole from the depot. The news outlets copying and pasting from the FBI press release make no further inquiries how Devon Biggs and Tony Herrin have masterminded such spectacular thefts unaided from Northern California U.S. Army installation. Nor have reporters of the federal government told the public who paid for the stolen weapons.
Only News 10's Thom Jensen makes mention of where the weapons may have gone
DOD: Thieves stole more than 200 items from Sierra Army Depot
Thom Jensen also states that the thieves like Devon Biggs and Tony Herrin stole up to $ 1.4 million
|Racist Biker Meth Connection?|
|Vectronix target acquisition systems|
Thanks to the Lax Management at the Sierra Army Depot
Criminals now have this. Do you?
|Chief of Staff|
Still whispering sweet nothings into Slosson's ear
|Another one of Rick Anderson's sons|
according to some reports
stopped showing up for work.
Still on the
Sierra Army Depot payroll?
- 10 Taser devices
- 3 Vectronix target acquisition systems (total value $221,787)
- 6 military grade flashlights (total value $11,267),
- 25 thermal imaging sights
|Devon Biggs and Tony Herrin's supervisor|
This case was the product of investigation by the Law Enforcement Division of the United States Army, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Assistant United States Attorneys Jean Hobler and Christiaan Highsmith prosecuted the case.
|Staged Publicity photo for the Sierra Army Depot|
As I mentioned Tony Herrin served as a soldier in the 1990s. He choose to betray his brothers by selling their weapons to Sierra knows who and for what?
One anonymous commentator writes:
What the hell kind of a flashlight cost's $1,877.83 each! O.K. I get it, they could have stole some real bad sh&*t that should never be on the streets and I think these two are total idiots! Hopefully they are not covering up some serious weaponry stolen out of Herlong, cause lets face it......this is a munitions dump/storage. Or did anyone in this area even have a clue?
See you in a year!
Good point. The flash light is military grade and attached to the rifle. Maybe they are over priced. But the fact is that several people have lost their jobs in trying to report this while the supervisors (Archie Zapanta, Aric Manner, Don Olson, Robert Beach, Merritt Shepard, Riley Junk, Jodi Brackin, Mike Winters, Christopher Carrier) who collude with the thieves at the Depot still are on the payroll or are collecting pensions (Bruce Hamilton). And the Army doesn't care. Ask Inspector General Terry Champion.
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