THE father of Harmony Montgomery, the long-missing and presumed dead five-year-old, has been found guilty on gun charges.
Adam Montgomery was convicted of six felonies Thursday gun allegations nothing to do with the disappearance of his five-year-old daughter.
A courtroom in Hillsborough County, New Hampshirefirst indicted Montgomery in March on eight firearms counts, including criminal possession of a firearm, career armed criminal, theft of stolen property and theft by trespassing.
Two of those charges were later dropped – one each of possession of a rifle and one of possession of a shotgun.
The remaining six counts included two counts of theft by unauthorized possession and two counts of theft of stolen property used to store the gun.
Montgomery will be sentenced at a later date.
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