A New Cumberland man will spend 11 to 23 months in prison for storing guns that had been stolen from an attorney murdered at a Cumberland County shooting range three years ago.
Thomas Tuso, 37, received the sentence Tuesday. He had pleaded guilty in May to two counts of receiving stolen property.
Prosecutors said Tuso stored the guns for Raymond Peake, who was sentenced in August 2012 to life in prison after pleading no contest to second-degree murder in the death of 42-year-old Todd Getgen.
Getgen, of Enola, was shot to death at a North Middleton Township shooting range on July 21, 2010. Prosecutors said the motive for the killing was the theft of
Getgen's rifle, a custom AR-15, which was found in a storage locker
rented by Peake.
Peake and Tuso worked as corrections officers at the Camp Hill state prison at the time of the murder.