A former Redmond Police Lieutenant who was in charge of the department's weapons supply says he did sell guns and other ammunition from the department's inventory. He admits to secretly selling police department guns for years. Larry Prince, 48, pleaded guilty in Deschutes County Circuit Court Thursday to five counts of theft, two counts of official misconduct, and first-degree forgery. Prince had been placed on paid administrative leave December 30th, while Police Chief Dave Tarbet had Oregon State Police investigate. Sentencing is scheduled for August 25th, and prosecutors say prince is s expected to receive a 60-days behind bars and five years probation. Prince also will have to write an apology letter to the Redmond Police Department and will lose all of his police certification, so he can never serve again. He also will have to pay back the victims.