Augusta couple enters pleas in federal gun case
A husband and wife from Augusta entered guilty pleas in federal court to firearms violations.
Jeffrey Eberhart, 51 and Tracey Eberhart, 42, operated a combination beauty parlour and gun store in Augusta called Traceys Dream Weavers Salon and Sporting Goods.
Jeffrey Eberhart pleaded guilty to selling firearms without a license. He is a convicted felon. Tracey Eberhart pleaded guilty to failing to keep records of firearms transactions.
Sentencing is set for April 15. Prosecutors are recommending a sentence of five years in federal prison for Jeffrey Eberhart and three years probation for Tracey Eberhart.
The slogan of the family business was, "Where beauty and bullets collide."