Federal judges in Wyoming recently sentenced five men for drug and firearm crimes, according to a news release from the Wyoming U.S. Attorney's Office.

U.S. District Court Judge Alan Johnson sentenced Michael Richard Parsons, Jr., 24, of Casper for possession of child pornography. He received time served, to be followed by 10 years of probation, and was ordered to pay a $100 special assessment. This case was investigated by the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

 

Johnson also sentenced Michael David Consiglio, 57, of Henderson, Colo., for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Consiglio was arrested in Denver. He received 10 years imprisonment, to be followed by five years of probation, and was ordered to pay a $100 special assessment. This case was investigated by the DCI and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl sentenced Alexander Brian Kennedy, 21, of Cheyenne for possession of a firearm not registered in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record and for being a felon in possession of a firearm. He received seven years, eight months of imprisonment, to be followed by three years of probation, and was ordered to pay a $100 special assessment and a $500 fine. This case was investigated by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Skavdahl sentenced Jacob Allen Webb, 28, of Randolph, Utah, for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Webb was arrested in Evanston. He received one year and one day of imprisonment, to be followed by two years of probation, and was ordered to pay a $100 special assessment and a $200. This case was investigated by the BATF

Skavdahl also sentenced Douglas Alan Bemus, 26, of Riverton for distribution of methamphetamine. Bemus was arrested in Florida. He received two years, six months of imprisonment, to be followed by four years of probation, and was ordered to pay a $100 special assessment and $250 in restitution. This case was investigated by the DCI and the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.