LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A former Las Vegas gun store owner has been sentenced in federal court to three years' probation for receiving stolen military items.
Former Citadel Gun & Safe owner Jonathan Call didn't speak in court before sentencing Thursday by Senior U.S. District Judge Lloyd George.
Call's lawyer, Richard Schonfeld, said Friday that Call now lives in southern Utah where he operates a surplus store and no longer sells military supplies or weapons.
Call pleaded guilty in October to one charge of receiving stolen government property.
A co-defendant and former Nevada Army National Guard member, Marco Antonio Reyes, pleaded guilty in March 2012 to the same charge.
Reyes acknowledged selling Call $30,000 worth of military equipment stolen from the Clark County Armory in North Las Vegas.
He's awaiting sentencing.
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