Man sentenced to 2 years for Molotov cocktail possession during RNC
One of the Texas men accused of possessing Molotov cocktails during the Republican National Convention in St. Paul has been sentenced to two years in prison for the crime.
Bradley Neal Crowder, 24, was part of a group of Texas protesters who were busted with Molotov cocktails. Another member of the group, David Guy McKay hasn't been sentenced for similar charges in making eight Molotov cocktails.
Crowder pleaded guilty to the crime, which is considered a possession of an unregistered firearm. He has been in jail since he was arrested in September. McKay also pleaded guilty.
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