CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- Two men have been sentenced in relation to the homicide of Clay County Sheriff's Office Detective David White in February 2012.
On Tuesday, Jack Lemond and Robert Apple II, two of the four suspects in the case involving the stolen gun used to kill White, were sentenced in Clay County court.
The firearm used in the homicide was stolen in Jacksonville in May 2011. The FDLE and ATF investigation found the weapon was stolen by Apple and then passed to Christopher Henderson, Curtis Dingler and Lemond. Investigators allege all of the suspects knew the weapon was stolen.
Lemond provided the weapon to Ted Tilley, a convicted felon, who used the weapon on White and Detective Matthew Hanlin last year.
Judge Lester sentenced both Lemond and Apple to seven years each in prison on the dealing in stolen property charges. This is the maximum proposed sentence for both men.
Henderson and Dingler have court appearances soon regarding similar, related charges.