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

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

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.

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