LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The man charged with multiple felonies for pointing a loaded gun at pursuing police in Mount Morris pled guilty to a drug felony and agreed to serve time in prison.
Gerald Bradley, 33, pled guilty to felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree and agreed to serve 10 years in prison and 3 years of post-release supervision.
“Mr. Bradley has significant substance abuse history in his life and treatment will be helpful in breaking the cycle he finds himself in today,” said Bradley’s attorney, Chief Public Defender Marcea Clark Tetamore.
The case was scheduled for trial after he requested a plea deal and 7 years in prison and District Attorney Greg McCaffrey and Judge Robert Wiggins both refused.
The Mount Morris Police Department charged him with felony Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Second Degree, felony Menacing a Police Officer, two counts of felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, misdemeanor Reckless Endangerment and misdemeanor Resisting Arrest. Mount Morris Police arrested Bradley with Rachel Cole, 28, after their car allegedly sped through the Village and Bradley pointed a handgun at police, took off on foot and was tased. Officers allege that he possessed 48.7 grams of cocaine and a loaded handgun.