Suspect pleads guilty in detective's stolen gun case
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. -- A second man has pleaded guilty today for his connection to the stolen gun used to kill a Clay County detective.
Curtis Dingler, 20, faces up to 15 years for a charge of dealing in stolen property.
Prosecutors say Dingler is one of two men who sold a gun that ended up in the hands of a suspected meth maker.
The gun was used to kill Det. David White during a meth lab investigation in February 2012.
Dingler also pleaded guilty to other charges unrelated to White's death. He faces up to 40 years on all of the charges. He will be sentenced Oct. 21.
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