Fort Carson Soldiers Accused Of Selling Military Equipment

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Two Fort Carson soldiers are accused of selling military equipment during a sting operation.

According to arrest papers, Sgt. Tyler Milligan set up the sale through emails and texts.

Arrest papers say Milligan and two other people met with an undercover agent at a Starbucks to further discuss the deal. Milligan allegedly agreed to provide the buyer with night vision goggles and a suppressor, but the agent later told Milligan that he only wanted to buy the suppressor.

Later, Milligan and Sgt. Jodi Coker met with the undercover agent at a gas station where the agent paid for and received the suppressor, according to arrest papers.

Investigators also say they found two pipe bombs and other explosives during a search of Coker's home in Fountain.

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