WORCESTER - A federal district court sentenced a local man on Monday for illegal possession of a firearm and ammuniti0n.
Barry Jumpp, 30, of Worcester, received a sentence of 46 months in prison and two years of supervised release on Monday. Jumpp pleaded guilty on May 11 to being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.
Local law enforcement arrested Jumpp on Jan. 7 on an outstanding warrant from Connecticut. Jumpp allegedly possessed a loaded 9mm and 14 rounds of ammunition at the time of his arrest. Due to a prior felony conviction, Jumpp cannot legally possess a firearm.