Man pleads guilty to conspiring to steal guns from several New Hampshire gun dealers

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CONCORD – Johariel Quezada, 19, of Methuen, Massachusetts, recently pled guilty in federal court to conspiring to steal firearms in New Hampshire

According to court documents and statements made in court, between August 29, 2021, and October 4, 2021, Quezada conspired with others to steal firearms from three New Hampshire Federal Firearms Licensees.

During the course of the conspiracy, more than 40 firearms were stolen from Milford Firearms in Milford, Second Amendment Arms in Windham, and MacPhearson Firearms in Brentwood.

Multiple stolen firearms were recovered from Quezada’s residence.

Videos recovered from Quezada’s phone showed numerous stolen firearms and admissions of his involvement in the conspiracy.

Quezada is scheduled to be sentenced on April 13, 2023.

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