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Men sentenced after pleading guilty to stealing guns from Wentzville pawn store

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Keenan Thomas, 23, and Brandon Foster, 22, and Eugene Davis, 23, broke into Allstar Pawn around 4:15 a.m. on October 16 and stole 33 firearms, according to statements made in court. Keenan Thomas, 23, and Brandon Foster, 22, and Eugene Davis, 23, broke into Allstar Pawn around 4:15 a.m. on October 16 and stole 33 firearms, according to statements made in court.

WENTZVILLE, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Two men were sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to stealing from a Wentzville pawn store in October, according to court documents.

Keenan Thomas, 23, and Brandon Foster, 22, and Eugene Davis, 23, broke into Allstar Pawn around 4:15 a.m. on October 16 and stole 33 firearms, according to statements made in court.

When police located Thomas and Foster, Thomas drove forward onto the grass, turned right and struck a vehicle that belonged to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, whose agents were attempting to issue the arrest, court documents stated. During the incident, one of the agents fired a gunshot.

When the two suspects were taken into custody, authorities said, a 9mm pistol equipped with an extended 33-round magazine was found in the suspect vehicle.  

After being taken into police custody, police said, Foster admitted to the theft.

According to court documents, all three suspects plead guilty to the charges.

Thomas was sentenced to 188 months in prison and Foster was sentenced to 144 months. Davis has not yet been sentenced.

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