A man who was arrested for trying to hire an undercover officer to kill two people was sentenced for a different charge Tuesday.
Robert “Grampa” Hakel was sentenced to 18 years on his possession of a weapon while being a previous offender. He was convicted of 9 different counts for 9 guns.
Hakel has 3 pending cases. He still faces charges on a .50 caliber sniper rifle, which was discovered after he allegedly wrote a letter explaining how he would kill a Drug Task Force Officer. He also faces charges from an arrest last March, where he and 8 others were arrested for running a meth ring. He still faces charges for attemping to have two people killed for having him thrown in jail.
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