Former Homeland Security Agent sentenced on 3 counts of felony indictment - KMOV.com

Former Homeland Security Agent sentenced on 3 counts of felony indictment

(KMOV)- David Dausman, 36, of Collinsville has been sentenced to 4 years in prison, 3 years supervised release, and a $250 special assessment after pleading guilty to a three count indictment charge including; being a Felon in Possession of a Firearm; Illegal Possession of Stolen Ammunition; and Theft of Government Property.

Dausman was formerly employed by the Department of Homeland Security as an Immigration Enforcement Agent, however he was suspended in March of 2008, and resigned in September of the same year.

The following September an investigation was launched against Dausman. A September 14, 2009 search warrant  led investigators to find multiple firearms, a sealed box containing one case of 1,000 rounds of .40 caliber Federal ammunition belonging to the Department of Homeland Security, and a handheld radio also belonging to the Department of Homeland Security. 

 

 

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