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.