Bay Area man sentenced to federal prison for role in Hayward gun store burglary

OAKLAND — A Bay Area man was sentenced last week to two years and six months in federal prison for taking part in the burglary of a Hayward gun store during the wave of protests and riots following the police murder of George Floyd, court records show.

Anthony Craft Jr., 28, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar. He will have to be on supervised release for three years after his sentence. Craft has been in jail since July 31, 2020, time which will be credited to his sentence.

Craft pleaded guilty to conspiracy to steal from a federally licensed firearms dealer, court records show. He was charged alongside

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