On February 13, 2010, Charles Heberlie and a female companion led officers from several agencies in a vehicle pursuit, reportedly with shots fired, through the city of Del Rio and then into Amistad NRA (click on this link for the original report). After their vehicle became stuck, they ran into the brush and an armed standoff ensued for two and a half hours. It ended when a Texas DPS ranger shot Heberlie in the wrist. As a result of this incident, Heberlie was found guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm. On April 23rd, Heberlie was sentenced in federal court to 72 months in federal prison (with credit for time served), three years supervised release, and $100 in court costs.