Boogaloo Boi Pleads Guilty to Gun and Drug Charges

The Detroit News
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Article Source: The Detroit News

Boogaloo group member Timothy Teagan stands with a rifle at a protest outside of the Michigan state capital building on January 17, 2021 - Scott Olson/Getty Images
  • Timothy Teagan, a member of the far-right anti-government Boogaloo movement, has pleaded guilty to gun- and drug-related charges after an investigation by FBI counterterrorism investigators.
  • While Teagan was not charged with terrorism or extremism-related crimes, he pleaded guilty to being a drug user in possession of a firearm and ammunition, as well as making a false statement while acquiring a firearm.
  • The drug-related charge carries a maximum 15-year prison sentence, but prosecutors have agreed to request a 13-month sentence as part of the plea agreement.
  • Teagan has been a high-profile member of the Boogaloo movement, attending various protests and rallies. His arrest coincided with that of another alleged Boogaloo member in Ohio who is facing similar charges. Read More

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