Masaioshy Sallem, 35, who was charged with conspiracy to sell government property and unauthorized sale of government property following the theft of lighting from the park last year, has been found guilty on both counts and sentenced to 21 months in prison. Sallem will be on supervised release for three years after he gets out of prison and was ordered to pay $35,490.40 in restitution to the National Park Service. Two other men who were also charged in this incident â Dominic Chipwelong and James Ochcha â were previously found guilty and sentenced. The case was investigated by the FBI with the assistance of the National Park Service. For a copy of the original incident report, click on the link below.