Bryan Lentz, who served as a state legislator for four years and ran for the 7th congressional district this past year, has been appointed to the Philadelphia Gun Violence Task Force. The task force:
Started in December 2006 as a joint effort by the District Attorney's Office and the Office of the Attorney General. This task force is comprised of veteran police officers and assistant district attorneys with the primary goal of aggressively investigating and prosecuting the sources of illegal firearms used in crimes throughout Philadelphia.
Lentz worked in the Philadelphia district attorney's office for six years in the 1990's. For more information read "Philly D.A. adds to gun-violence task force," by Joelle Farrell in today's Inquirer.