Le Mars woman sentenced to federal prison for stealing guns

SIOUX CITY — A Le Mars, Iowa, lady has been sentenced to greater than seven years in federal jail for stealing weapons.

Tresa Fiedler, 24, pleaded responsible in September in U.S. District Court docket in Sioux Metropolis to conspiracy to own stolen firearms and possession of stolen firearms.

She was sentenced Tuesday to 87 months in jail, to be adopted by one yr of supervised launch. There is no such thing as a parole within the federal system.

In accordance with the U.S. Lawyer’s Workplace, Fiedler and Ian Bigler broke into a house on Oct. 1, 2021, and stole 10 weapons. 4 days later, Fiedler purchased a automotive for $5,500 money in an try to go away city.

Bigler later fled from police in a pickup truck whereas in possession of one of many stolen weapons. On Oct. 15, 2021, Bigler, wearing a bullet-proof vest and armed with a stolen handgun and a shortened shotgun, hid from legislation enforcement in a North Sioux Metropolis residence and held one other individual in opposition to their will.

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Bigler, 34, of Sioux Metropolis, was sentenced in July to fifteen years in jail.

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