Danville Man to Serve time for Stolen Greensboro Police Firearm

(DANVILLE, Va.) — A Danville man found with a Greensboro police officer’s stolen service weapon will spend five years in prison.  Danville Circuit Court Judge James Reynolds didn’t buy Daniel Walden’s explanation that he rented the gun.  Danville Commonwealth’s Attorney Michael Newman stated in court “They confirmed in Greensboro that (the gun) was theirs and had been stolen out of an officer’s vehicle.”  Walden was sentenced to 5 years for possessing a firearm as a felon and suspended two other charges which could have carried and additional 6 years in prison.