Joshua Braman Sentenced for Possession of a Firearm

Joshua Braman Sentenced for Possession of a Firearm

Judge sentences Jefferson County man, Joshua Braman to statutory maximum of 10 years for being a felon in possession of a firearm

ST. LOUIS (STL.News) United States District Court Judge Stephen R. Clark sentenced Joshua Braman to 120 months in prison today. The 37-year-old Crystal City, Missouri resident previously pleaded guilty to one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, specifically a sawed-off shotgun.

In fact, on September 17, 2019, Joshua Braman beat a victim with the sawed-off shotgun and punched her dozens of times, causing her to bleed from her mouth and nose, to black out, and to ultimately need medical treatment.  During the course of the assault, Braman bit his victim, keeping her in a stolen Mercury Grand Marquis, as he continued his assault.  Braman also threatened to shoot this victim, dump her body in the river, and kill himself.

On October 23, 2019, Braman was apprehended at a residence in Campbell, Missouri.  Not only did Braman have the stolen Grand Marquis parked outside the residence, but the sawed-off shotgun used to assault Braman’s victim, a 12 gauge Ever Best shotgun, was inside the vehicle.

“The courage the victim demonstrated during the judicial process is admirable,” said Colonel Mary T.

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