Person Who Provided Dayton Shooter With Body Armor to Face Federal Charges, Source Says
A person who provided Dayton shooter Connor Betts the body armor he used during his attack will face federal firearms charges, a law enforcement official with knowledge of the case told CNN on Monday. The suspect also falsified information on federal firearms forms related to two handguns and a pistol version of a rifle, which the person owned, the source said. Those three weapons were not used in the August 4 Dayton attack, the source said.