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Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. faces up to ten years in prison for federal firearms charges

Billy Ivy Jr. (Source: APD) Billy Ivy Jr. (Source: APD)

An Oldham County man suspected of multiple crimes pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal charge of possessing unregistered firearms silencers.

Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. faces up to ten years in prison and a fine up to $250,000 for the federal charges.

According to court documents, members of several law enforcement agencies found the silencers attached to a pistol and two rifles in a safe at Ivy's home on a ranch near Adrian in March.

He also faces charges in Randall County of hiring people to kill a man and arson.

An FBI agent has testified he is also suspected of playing a part in the disappearance of Nicole Moore who has been missing since December.
 

Ivy was also linked to a woman's disappearance in December  | More charges, arrest for murder-for-hire suspect | Additional warrants issued in murder-for-hire case | Suspect arrested for arson as Ivy investigation continues

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