BEDFORD, Pa. (AP) — A central Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced to three weeks to a year in jail for letting her 15-year-old son carry a handgun that his friend fatally shot himself with during a game of Russian roulette.

Forty-one-year-old Susan Bonner, of Everett, was sentenced Monday in Bedford County where she pleaded guilty in March to reckless endangerment.

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Bonner’s son took gun to a friend’s house and left it in a drawer, from which the friend pulled the weapon and shot a third boy, 15-year-old Neal Hammond, during a July sleepover.

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The charges against the shooter, 15-year-old Cole McConoughey, were resolved in juvenile court.

District Attorney William Higgins says Bonner was remorseful throughout the case.

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Bonner was the only adult charged in the case after her son told police that she let him carry the revolver.

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