JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Two of the four suspects involved in stealing and transferring a gun that was used to kill Clay County Detective David White in 2012 were sentenced Tuesday.
Four suspects were arrested in February and charged with the theft and transfer of the gun used in the homicide, according to The Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
The weapon was stolen in May 2011 by Robert Apple then passed though the hands of Christopher Henderson, Curtis Dingler and Jack Lemond, according to the FDLE and ATF.
Investigators alleged all of the suspects knew the weapon was stolen.
A Judge sentenced both Lemond and Apple to 7 years in prison on charges of dealing in stolen property, the maximum sentence.
Henderson and Dingler will appear in court soon and face similar charges, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office.
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