Pair sentenced in gun case linked to death of Deputy Kyle Pagerly

Pair sentenced in gun case linked to sheriff deputy's death

READING, Pa. - Two men have learned their fate for weapons violations linked to the deadly shooting of a Berks County sheriff's deputy.

Maurice Connor was sentenced Monday to six to 23 months behind bars. He pleaded no contest to a weapons charge in March.   

Jared Engelman was sentenced to two-to-four years behind bars. A jury convicted him of conspiracy.

Investigators said Engleman bought the AK-47 that Maurice Connor's son Matthew used to kill Kyle Pagerly in 2011.

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