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Lockport man get six years in prison with three gun felonies

Thomas M. Campbell of Lockport was sentenced Monday to six years in prison for three gun felonies.

Niagara County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III tacked on three years of post-release supervision for Campbell, 31, of William Street.

A passenger had an unregistered gun in Campbell's vehicle during a May 10 traffic stop in Niagara Falls. Campbell pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree criminal possession of a weapon for that.

He also pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal possession of a firearm: one for having a loaded .22-caliber revolver when Lockport police stopped his car in a parking lot at Genesee and Waterman streets Sept. 19, and the other after he acknowledged ownership of a sawed-off shotgun found in a June 27 drug raid at his father’s Niagara Falls home.

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