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A man who pleaded guilty to lying about buying the firearm used to kill college athlete Lauren McCluskey has been sentenced to three years of supervised release.
The 22-year-old Nathan Daniel Vogel said Wednesday during a hearing in Salt Lake City that he accepts responsibility for loaning the weapon to McCluskey’s ex-boyfriend Melvin Rowland, who killed her last year. He says he “shakes” when he thinks about McCluskey’s death, which he called extremely sad.
The article goes on to state the following:
He previously told police he loaned it to Rowland, a co-worker and acquaintance of his, without knowing what he intended to do with it.
McCluskey and Rowland dated briefly. They were no longer a couple when he shot her outside her University of Utah dorm last year.
The man accused of lending the gun used to kill University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey is to be sentenced Wednesday.https://t.co/H0Qq8rQTTP
— KUTV 2News (@KUTV2News) September 11, 2019
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