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Program Manager

Phone: (888) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.com
Local Address:  Denver , Colorado , United States
1320 N. Courthouse Rd. Suite 800
Arlington , Virginia 22201
United States

Company Description: PAE has provided personnel services to international oil firms in support of exploration operations in Southeast Asia since 1970. Since that time, we've provided...   more

Employment History

  • Special Agent of Fire and Explosive Investigations
  • Supervisory Special Agent
14 Total References
Web References
According to Steve Beggs, ..., 25 Nov 2010 [cached]
According to Steve Beggs, special agent of fire and explosive investigations with the ATF in Denver, the type of explosives thought to be stolen come in 55 pound cases.
The perpetrators involved in the alleged theft could face several state and federal charges, according to Beggs, including federal felony charges of theft of explosives.
Attor­ney Tamara Brady asked Steven ..., 9 Jan 2013 [cached]
Attor­ney Tamara Brady asked Steven Beggs, an ATF agent who tes­ti­fied, whether there was any­thing to pre­vent "a severely men­tally ill per­son" from pur­chas­ing things like chem­i­cals, ammu­ni­tion and handcuffs.
He replied no.
ATF agent Steven ..., 8 Jan 2013 [cached]
ATF agent Steven Beggs said the purchases - all from online retailers or the Gander Mountain and Bass Pro Shops sporting goods stores in the metro area - began on May 10 and ended July 14.
After prosecutors finished questioning Beggs, defense attorney Tamara Brady asked him whether it was illegal, for instance, to buy body armor or tear gas.
Beggs said it wasn't in Colorado.
Beggs said no.
Beggs said that on June 17 Holmes bought shooting targets.
ATF Special Agent Steven ..., 8 Jan 2013 [cached]
ATF Special Agent Steven Beggs testified on Tuesday and outlined the number of guns and ammunition Holmes purchased from May 2012 until July 2012.
Some of the guns and ammo were purchased online, Beggs said, however some of the explosives and other weapons were purchased in person at various locations around the city.
He had four firearms in total: two handguns, a shotgun and a rifle in his apartment. He had more than 6,200 rounds of ammunition.
The defense asked Beggs if there is any legal process to prevent a "severely mentally-ill person" from purchasing the guns and ammo. Beggs said "No."
Attorney Tamara Brady asked Steven ..., 7 Jan 2013 [cached]
Attorney Tamara Brady asked Steven Beggs, an ATF agent who testified, whether there was anything to prevent "a severely mentally ill person" from purchasing things like chemicals, ammunition and handcuffs.
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