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24 July 2007

Morning Call (Pennsylvania)

PHILADELPHIA - Jarad Tomline, an unemployed car salesman from Northampton who sold the handgun that killed a Reading police officer, was sentenced moments ago to 21 months in federal prison. Tomline, 29, pleaded guilty in October to charges of selling firearms without a license, illegally possessing firearms and making false statements in the acquisition of firearms. One of the guns, a Ruger P94 .40-caliber pistol, was used in the Aug. 6, 2006 shooting death of... (GunPolicy.org)

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