A Cheyenne felon who was arrested after special agents found firearms and ammunition in his bedroom has taken a plea deal in his case, U.S. Attorney Bob Murray's Office announced Thursday.

Anthony Pierce Unocic, 52, pleaded guilty to felon in possession of firearms and ammunition at a change of plea hearing on March 10.

According to an indictment filed on Nov. 17, 2021, Unocic, who is prohibited from possessing firearms due to a January 2017 felony conviction in Weld County, Colorado, knowingly possessed an unknown type of firearm silencer, a 9mm pistol, and approximately 50 rounds of 9mm ammunition.

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Unocic's sentencing has been set for June 1. He's facing up to 10 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and $250,000 in fines.

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