SEATTLE — A Marysville woman accused of trafficking guns faces several years in federal prison when she is sentenced early next year.
Heather Chancey, who also used the last name Slater, pleaded guilty Monday to charges stemming from an undercover federal investigation into illegal gun sales.
Prosecutors alleged that Chancey, 34, led a gun trafficking ring that operated in Snohomish County. She and her conspirators were accused of selling dozens of guns, including shotguns and rifles, to undercover agents. The majority of the sales reportedly happened in the parking lot of the Tulalip Resort Casino. Guns also were sold from other parking lots outside businesses around Marysville and Arlington.
Chancey also admitted trying to sell methamphetamine to undercover cops.