Man who stole gun used in Huntingdon Co. homicide sentenced to 5-10 years

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The man who stole the gun used to kill State Trooper Landon Weaver has been sentenced to five to 10 years on theft charges.

Bradley McMullen traded the gun he stole from his mother to Jason Robison in exchange for a few Suboxone.

Jason Robison the used the gun to shoot and kill Trooper Weaver on December 30, 2016.

McMullen pleaded guilty to stealing the gun and after a presentence investigation, McMullen was sentenced to five to 10 years in a State Correctional Institution.

McMullen appealed his sentence, but the Superior Court upheld that sentence.

“In my experience, it is rare for the Superior Court to uphold a maximum sentence like the one Judge Zanic sentenced Bradley McMullen to,” said Huntingdon County District Attorney Dave Smith. “The impact of Trooper Weaver’s homicide has had a profound and lasting effect on our small community, and I am glad to see that we are able to get some justice.”

McMullen is currently being held in the Huntingdon County Jail.

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