Donna man sentenced in ammo smuggling...

Donna man sentenced in ammo smuggling case

U.S. District Judge Randy Crane sentenced Juan Jesus De La Rosa Paz to 27 months in prison for his role in an attempt to traffic 1,000 rounds of ammunition commonly used with machine guns and AK-47-type rifles. De La Rosa, standing beside his McAllen-based attorney Judith A. Cantu, apologized to the court and his family, who he said have suffered as a result of his actions.

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