Dayton, Ohio - A friend of the Dayton gunman who killed nine people told federal agents he bought him body armour, a gun accessory and a 100-round magazine earlier this year, according to a court document unsealed Monday.
The charging document says Ethan Kollie bought the items for Connor Betts and kept them at his apartment so his friend's parents would not find them.
Prosecutors on Monday unsealed a charge against Kollie that accused him of lying about not using marijuana on federal firearms forms in the purchase of a pistol that was not used in the shooting.
A message seeking comment was left at a phone number for Kollie.
The charge comes just over a week after the mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, where