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Rodolfo Correa Sentenced on Federal Firearms Charges

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Rodolfo "Chino" Villagomez Correa Rodolfo "Chino" Villagomez Correa

U.S. District Judge John Preston Bailey has sentenced Rodolfo "Chino" Villagomez Correa on federal firearms charges.

Correa entered into a plea agreement in July 2013 in connection to illegally possessing 16 firearms as an illegal alien.

Judge Bailey sentenced Correa on Wednesday in U.S. Federal Court in Elkins to 46 months in federal prison. Correa is not eligible for probation and he will be eligible for one to three years of supervised released.

The Bureau of Prisons will determine if Correa will receive credit for time he has already served.

Villagomez is also facing a first degree murder charge in the death of Joshua Oberg in Upshur County Circuit Court. Witnesses testified that Villagomez paid Jesse Lee Heater $5,000 to kill Oberg because he thought Oberg was having an affair with his wife.