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The senior airman who stole night vision goggles and other equipment from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and sold them on eBay was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

Zachary Sizemore was sentenced to three months in a Community Correctional Facility or Halfway House and is ordered to self surrender to the U.S. Marshals by noon July 20.

U.S. District Court Judge Sterling Johnson Jr. ordered Sizemore to pay restitution of $96,451.60, a forfeiture of that same amount and to be on three years of supervised release. Sizemore was convicted of theft and unlawful sale of government property.

The United States Air Force calculation of the loss based on replacement cost was $185,439.58, according to court records.

Sizemore’s non-binding guideline sentencing range was 10 to 16 months, according to federal prosecutors, who had asked for a 12- to 18-month prison term.

Source: Airman Is Sentenced for Selling Night Vision Goggles on eBay | Military.com

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