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Gun Policy News


5 February 2005

Daily Southtown (Chicago)

The owner of a Sauk Village firearms shop pleaded guilty Friday to a handful of federal weapons violations, including charges he falsified records to hide the fact that he sold a handgun to a 20-year-old. Philip Stutts, 47, of Chicago Heights, faces between 30 and 37 months in prison under advisory sentencing guidelines — but could receive as many as 10 years behind bars when sentenced by U.S. District Judge Joan Gottschall in May. Stutts, a former Ford Heights... (

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