SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - A man convicted of stealing a gun used in a murder was given 125 years in prison – about a century longer than the actual killers received after taking plea deals.
Christopher G. Nichols, 27, was sentenced Tuesday for gun theft, trafficking in stolen property, being a felon in possession of firearms and other crimes, The Spokesman-Review reported (http://is.gd/BOKh1e).
Prosecutor Tim Rasmussen said sentences for the gun crimes must be served one after another, as a result of Washington's 1995 law known as Hard Time for Armed Crime.
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