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Sentencing delayed in Charlie Tan case

Sentencing delayed in Charlie Tan case

September 11, 2018 04:35 PM

Sentencing has been delayed for Charlie Tan. 

In June, the Pittsford man plead guilty to gun charges in connection to his father's death.

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Tan admitted that he coerced his friends and classmates to buy him a shotgun and lie about it so he could commit a felony.

However, Tan did not admit to murder even though the murder of Charlie's father, Jim Tan, was spelled out in the prosecution court papers.

Tan was acquitted of murder but could face up to 25 years in prison for the gun charges. 

Tan's sentencing was originally scheduled for Oct. 18 in Syracuse.

His sentencing is now scheduled for Nov.19. 

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