Michael Henry admitted he bought the guns used by Andrew Thomas, a convicted felon, to kill Plymouth Township police officer Brad Fox in September 2012.
The Philadelphia man who admitted he illegally bought the gun for a convicted felon who murdered Plymouth Township police officer Brad Fox last year has been sentenced to at least 20 years behind bars.
Michael Henry, 31, now faces a maximum of 84 years behind bars. He bought guns on behalf of another man who used one weapon to kill Plymouth Township officer Brad Fox.
The law enforcement community in Montgomery County, Pa. was devastated this year when Plymouth Township police officer Bradley Fox was gunned down while chasing a suspect.
Michael Henry of Philadelphia is now facing nine felony charges for the illegal “straw” purchase of nine firearms between April and July.
As funeral preparations continue for slain Plymouth Township police officer Bradley Fox, attention returns to a Philadelphia cold case: the 1999 disappearance of Maria Procopio.