Flowers and signs adorn a Westerville Police car at a memorial outside the police department Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, following a procession transportin
The Police escort of Westerville Police officers Morelli and Joering home from Franklin County Coroners office today as they head north of S. State St
Columbus Police honor guard members salute the ambulance carrying the body of Westerville Police officer Eric Joering during a procession transporting
Lindsay Evans, right, holds friend Rachel Kaczmarek, left, as the the bodies of Westerville Police officers Morelli and Joering pass by from Franklin
This undated photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Quentin L. Smith, charged with aggravated murder after the d
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A judge plans to consider bond for a man accused of providing the gun used in the fatal shooting of two Ohio police officers.
Federal prosecutors say Gerald Lawson, of suburban Cleveland, bought the handgun for shooting suspect Quentin Smith last summer.
A criminal complaint filed against Lawson in federal court says Smith gave Lawson the money to buy the gun along with $100 for completing the transaction.
The 30-year-old Lawson is due in federal court on Wednesday where prosecutors are expected to argue against granting him bond.
Court records do not list an attorney for Lawson. He has not yet been required to enter a plea.
As a felon, previously convicted of burglary, Smith was prevented from having a weapon.