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Two Plead Guilty to Federal Theft Case

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A Hattiesburg man accused of kidnapping, raping and shooting a woman while out on federal bond for allegedly burglarizing an FBI vehicle has decided to plead guilty in the federal case. And so has one of his alleged accomplices.
Cameron Undrae Eatmon filed his notice of intent to change his plea to guilty in the federal case Thursday. Christopher Ryan Burkett filed his notice Wednesday.
A federal grand jury indicted both for allegedly stealing the property of the FBI, along with two counts of receiving, possessing, concealing, bartering, selling and storing stolen firearms.
Eatmon is currently held without bond on state charges. He is accused of stealing a car, kidnapping the woman inside, raping her and then shooting her.
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