Darren Wesley Huff will serve time after being convicted of transporting firearms across state lines.
- POLICE & FIRE
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Former militia member Darren Wesley Huff, 42, of Dallas was sentenced in U.S. District Court on Tuesday to serve four years in prison for his conviction of transporting firearms across state lines with the intent to cause a civil disorder. Huff in October was found guilty of carrying a firearm in interstate commerce with the intent to use it in a civil disorder. According to a Federal Bureau of Investigation news release, Huff intended to arrest public officials pursuant to “citizens arrest warrants,” which were directed at numerous local, state and federal public officials, including sheriffs, police chiefs, and President Barack Obama. The citizen’s arrest warrants Huff attempted to execute listed the public officials as “Declared …
Darren Wesley Huff faces up to five years in prison after being convicted on a federal arms charge stemming from an April 2010 incident in Tennessee.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, April 23, 2012
A Dallas man could learn next month if he’ll serve a maximum sentence of five years after being convicted last year on a federal arms charge. Darren Wesley Huff in October was found guilty of carrying a firearm in interstate commerce with the intent to use it in a civil disorder. Now, more than six months after his conviction, Huff has a court date at which he is set to learn his fate. The Knoxville News Sentinel last week reported that Huff's sentencing has been scheduled for May 15. The date came after federal prosecutors and Huff's attorney debated over Huff’s possible punishment during a hearing Friday. An article from the Sentinel in 2010 reported that Huff had allegedly confessed to traveling from his home to Madisonville, Tenn., …