Monticello Man Convicted of Gang Assault in Shooting of Man Now a Paraplegic
This verdict, and the sentencing that will follow, will send a clear message that this violent behavior will not be tolerated and that those who engage in it will be held accountable. The Monticello Police, Det. Dietz, ADA Galligan and my office worked tirelessly to obtain justice for the victim and Daquan Gray and this jury’s verdict ensures it.” Farrell said.
ray will be sentenced as a second violent felony offender having two prior felony convictions. In 2008, Gray was convicted of the violent felony of Assault in the 2nd Degree for shooting another man with a handgun and injuring. He received a state prison sentence in that case. In 2006, Gray was convicted of Robbery in the 3rd Degree and also received a state prison sentence after violating probation. Gray was on parole at the time of this shooting and faces consecutive time for his parole violation, as well.