BUCKS COUNTY, PA — A 25-12 months-previous guy will serve among six and 15 yrs in condition prison immediately after stealing guns from various unlocked cars and trucks in Upper Bucks County, the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office declared Monday.
Bobby Andrew Johnson, formerly of Richlandtown, pleaded responsible in November to 5 counts each and every of individual not to have a firearm, illegal sale or transfer of firearms and receiving stolen house, a few counts of theft by illegal using and two counts of theft from a motor car or truck.
He appeared prior to Commons Pleas Judge Theodore C. Fritsch on Monday and was sentenced to 6 to 15 yrs in condition jail. Johnson was also ordered to shell out $1,785 in restitution, finish his GED and take decision-earning classes.
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Johnson dedicated the thefts from April 2018 till September 2018 and marketed five stolen handguns, the DA’s office environment stated.
On April 7 and April 8 of that yr, Pennsylvania Condition Police took reviews of various cars and trucks staying entered all over Richland town. Among the the things taken was a Beretta handgun, police described.
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Then, law enforcement ongoing to obtain reviews of stolen guns in the location: on Aug. 4 in Richlandtown, on Aug. 11 in Bethlehem on Sep. 17 in Bedminster.
The gun stolen in Bedminster was observed on Dec. 18, 2018 at the dwelling of a human being underneath 18 in Milford, the DA’s business office reported. That particular person told law enforcement that he purchased the gun from a male living in Richland Township.
On Might 9, 2019, Quakertown Law enforcement Sgt. Joshua Mallery served a warrant at the man’s household in Richland Township and identified a different gun, which had been reported stolen out of Quakertown in July of 2018.
The investigation led to Johnson, who admitted during a police interview that he took products out of cars and trucks from random parts and developments, generating about $30,000 in proceeds, which he shared with his getaway driver, the DA’s place of work claimed.
The DA stated Johnson also admitted to selling various guns to the person in Richland Township.
Because of a 2015 felony burglary conviction, Johnson was prohibited from possessing a firearm.
This case was investigated by the Sgt. Joshua Mallery and the Quakertown Borough Police Section and Trooper Christopher Cleveland and the Pennsylvania State Law enforcement, with help from the Bethlehem Police Division and the Bedminster Law enforcement Division.
Deputy District Attorney Thomas C. Gannon prosecuted this scenario.
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