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Tulsan convicted of gun charges

Tulsan convicted of gun charges

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A federal jury has convicted a Tulsa gun dealer accused

of trying to buy machine guns.

William Hugh Fleming, owner of Fleming Firearms Inc., was

convicted Friday on charges of conspiracy and unlawful registration

of machine guns and silencers.

Jurors were deadlocked on three charges of conspiring to

buy grenade launchers.

Sentencing will be in July. Fleming is free on bond.

Fleming was accused of conspiring with Hunter Mixon, former

police chief in Seminole, and Stephen Scribner, a reserve

police officer in Drumright, to buy six machine guns from

a Texas collector.

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