Princeton police chief gets plea deal for gun theft

    Princeton’s police chief has been given a plea deal stemming from theft charges in 2007. Mark Emann reportedly traded on the department’s antique guns for several M-1 weapons. The Associated Press reports Emann used the M-1s for department ceremonies but kept some for himself.
    Emann entered into pretrial intervention yesterday and was given one year of supervision and 40 hours of community service. Theft by deception charges were dropped.

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