A South Carolina teenager, who made a live stream video of packing marijuana for a drug sale, was sentenced to prison Monday.
Dominique Raheem Manigo, aka “Doma,” was actually convicted in federal court in Charleston on a gun possession charge. He had a large number of firearms and ammunition at his residence.
As a previously convicted felon, the 19-year-old from Walterboro is prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition. Along with the marijuana, multiple weapons were visible in his social media post.
Manigo was sentenced for felon in possession of firearms and ammunition, according to U.S. Attorney Beth Drake.
On April 4, 2017, Manigo initiated a live video stream on a social network platform that showed him sitting in his car with two other individuals packaging marijuana for distribution and possessing a shotgun and an AR-15 style firearm, according to Drake’s office.
As a result of this video, federal agents obtained a search warrant for Manigo’s residence, which was executed on April 19, 2017, Drake’s office reported. During the search inside Manigo’s bedroom, agents located a pistol magazine that contained fifteen