An earlier version of this story contained incorrect information about the Telford case. The story has been corrected.
A grand jury indicts Billy Ivy on Federal Weapons Charges.
Ivy was indicted for possession of a firearm that is not identified by serial number and possession of an unregistered silencer.
Ivy could be facing up to 20 years in prison for those charges.
Ivy is currently in jail facing arson charges, attempted capital murder, conspiracy to commit capital murder and other charges, and has been linked by investigators to the disappearance of Nicole Moore.
Moore was a known prostitute, and Ivy was, according to investigators, a regular client.
New today, court documents show that investigators believe they have recovered the gun used to kill Charlesetta Telford.
She was gunned down in front of her apartment in north Amarillo in June of last year and Ivy may be a suspect.
A special agent testified during a bond hearing in early May that they believe the murder weapon was recovered at Ivy’s home in Adrian in March.
Investigators are awaiting test results to positively ID that gun.
Investigators believe Telford was four months pregnant with Ivy’s child.