Gray Admits Illegally Possessing a Stolen Glock Handgun

Braddock Felon, Andrea Gray Admits Illegally Possessing a Stolen Glock Handgun

PITTSBURGH, PA (STL.News) A resident of Braddock, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty today in federal court on a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, Acting United States Attorney Stephen R. Kaufman announced today.

Andrea Gray, age 26, pleaded guilty to one count before Senior United States District Judge Donetta Ambrose.

According to information provided to the court, on July 21, 2020, Andrea Gray was in a group of about 10 people on a front porch in the 700 block of Baldridge Avenue in Braddock.  As someone on the porch was rolling a marijuana cigarette in plain view, Allegheny County Police detectives stopped their car nearby and exited the car wearing clothes identifying them as police.

The group on the porch dispersed, including Mr. Gray who reached for his waistband where he retrieved a black handgun as he ran away.  A detective shouted for Mr. Gray to stop and drop the gun.  Mr. Gray kept running and threw the handgun into a neighboring backyard.  One detective kept chasing Mr. Gray and ultimately took him into custody.

Two detectives recovered the handgun that Mr.

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