The Mesa, Arizona, man who supplied ammunition to the October 1, 2017, Las Vegas shooter was sentenced Tuesday to 13 months.
The Associated Press reports that 57-year-old Douglas Haig was sentenced for “manufacturing ammunition without a license.”
Haig made armor piercing rounds at this home and sold them at gun shows and online. A box with Haig’s address on it was found near the Las Vegas gunman’s body after law enforcement entered the suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel.
— US Attorney Nevada (@USAO_NV) June 30, 2020
KSNV reports that Haig “told federal agents he met with and sold ammunition to [the Las Vegas gunman].”
Haig is being confined at home until October 2, 2020, at which time he must surrender for 13 months in a federal prison.