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Three men are charged with stealing or possessing guns and other equipment taken from an FBI agent’s government car while it was parked in front of his house.

Court records say that Cameron Undrae Eatmon, 19, broke into the car in Hattiesburg on June 6, took a submachine gun, an assault rifle, a shotgun and other equipment and gave the loot to Christopher Ryan Burkett, 18. Authorities say Burkett spread the weapons out on his bed, took a cellphone photograph and sent out sales pitches by text message.

It wasn’t long before they were facing serious federal charges. Glenn Eddie Gholar, an alleged gang member nicknamed “Head,” is charged with buying two of the guns — an M16 assault rifle and a shotgun — for $120 and an ounce of marijuana.

The men were charged this past week in a four-count federal indictment in U.S. District Court in Hattiesburg.

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