MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Wednesday, June 19 the US Attorney's Office announced that repeat offender Ted Snow entered a guilty plea in federal court.
Federal authorities picked up Snow after a series of reports on FOX10 and charged him with being a felon in possession of firearms.
"There was sufficient evidence and as he said at the guilty plea hearing, he admitted he was guilty of that charge," said Snow's defense attorney, William ‘Bill' Scully.
The gun charges stem from a burglary in March where homeowner Douglas Deloach arrived at his residence to find Snow stealing his guns and jewelry.
"He didn't back into my carport he pulled straight in almost as if he lived there," said Deloach. "He was in my house all this time you know waiting. He was fixing to make a getaway."
Snow has been arrested some 28 times, was convicted of 11 cases, and suspected in dozens of the other receiving stolen property and burglary cases.
Each time Snow managed to wiggle his way through the court or prison system to get back out on the street with serving less than half of his sentence, continuing a life a crime.
Snow is scheduled to be sentenced before the Honorable Callie V.S. Granade on October 21. 2013. Snow's attorney says he is preparing for the hearing.
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