Man convicted on gun charges denied reduced sentence
Michael Henry bought gun used to kill Officer Brad Fox in 2010
A man who bought the gun that was used to kill a Montgomery County police officer has been denied in his bid for a reduced sentence.
Michael Henry was sentenced in August to 20 to 66 years in prison for buying a gun that was used to kill Plymouth Township officer Brad Fox in 2010.
Henry filed a motion to have his sentence reduced but on Tuesday a judge denied the request.
On September 13, 2012, Officer Bradley Michael Fox was murdered while pursing Andrew Thomas, who fled from a hit and run accident.
Investigators say Thomas ambushed Fox along and shot Officer Fox to death.
Thomas then shot and killed himself.
Thomas couldn't buy a firearm because he had a criminal record.
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