Dominic Colon-Brown Of Farmington, Connecticut Sentenced To 12 Months For Firearms Charges

By Joseph Russell –

At the United States District in New Haven, S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer sentenced Dominic Colon-Brown, 28, of Farmington, Connecticut to 12 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release.

Colon-Brown, who was arrested on May 27, 2021, pleaded guilty on January 20, 2022, to one count of transporting stolen firearms across state lines.

In January 2021, Colon-Brown sold a firearm to a convicted felon and then conspired with Julian Judge and another individual to obtain firearms in Florida and sell them in Connecticut.

In February 2021, Colon-Brown and Judge drove to Florida, obtained three handguns and transported them back to Connecticut.  Colon Brown and Judge knew the firearms were stolen or otherwise illegally obtained. On March 8, 2021, law enforcement recovered the three firearms, as well as more than 100 rounds of ammunition and approximately 60 grams of cocaine, during a search of a New Britain apartment.

During the investigation, Colon-Brown and his associates were captured in recorded conversations discussing the illegal acquisition and sale of firearms.  Colon-Brown and Judge also posted photos of themselves on social media in possession of firearms.

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