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Topic - Dawn Nguyen
A company acted negligently in selling the weapon used in a Christmas Eve shooting that left two New York volunteer firefighters dead, a lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges.
A 25-year-old woman was sentenced to up to four years in prison Monday for lying on forms when she bought guns used by a man to kill two Rochester-area volunteer firefighters on Christmas Eve 2012.
A woman charged with buying guns for a convicted felon who later used them to kill two volunteer firefighters in an ambush was convicted Tuesday of falsifying business records.
A western New York woman is on trial for buying the guns a man used to kill two volunteer firefighters on Christmas Eve 2012.
Jury selection has begun for the trial of a western New York woman charged with buying the guns a man used to kill two firefighters and wound two others on Christmas Eve 2012.
Jury selection is set to begin this week for a woman charged with buying the guns a western New York man used to shoot four suburban Rochester firefighters on Christmas Eve 2012.
William Spengler raised no alarms in prison for 17 years and for more than a decade afterward. Well-spoken, well-behaved and intelligent, his demeanor was praised by four straight parole boards that nevertheless denied him parole, worried that bludgeoning his 92-year-old grandmother with a hammer showed a violent streak that could explode again.
she said on a gun purchase form that she was buying the weapons for her own use.