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July 24, 2012 at 10:24 AM

Final conviction in WSP trooper killing

The Associated Press

PORT ORCHARD — The last of six people charged with helping the man who killed a Washington State Patrol trooper in February was convicted in Port Orchard of making a false statement to police and was sentenced to six months in jail.

But, 31-year-old Andrew Bartlett was acquitted by the Kitsap County Superior Court jury Monday of rendering criminal assistance.

The Kitsap Sun reports all six people charged with helping Joshua Blake were convicted or pleaded guilty to rendering criminal assistance or making a false statement.

Blake killed himself after shooting Trooper Tony Radulescu near Gorst.

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