“Thanks to the tireless efforts of prosecutors and our law enforcement partners, we have brought to justice a person whose total disregard for the rule of law was a danger to this community,” he said. “This case represents exactly what our Violent Crime Initiative is all about: collaborating across jurisdictions to make Central Indiana a safer place to live and work.”
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Anderson psychologist Bruce Jones was sentenced to 100 months in prison for illegal possession of 47 firearms and 14,000 rounds of ammunition. A 1984 conviction on federal insurance fraud charge prohibited him from owning firearms or ammunition. Jones is scheduled for a July trial on federal health care fraud charges.