Jacksonville, Florida – Tyree Alexia Hall (27, Jacksonville) currently pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm as a convicted felon. He faces a limit chastisement of 10 years in sovereign prison. A sentencing date has not nonetheless been set.
According to justice documents, at around 2 a.m. on Mar 19, 2017, officers from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 call in a residential area involving Hall. Callers reported that Hall was holding a firearm and knocking on the window of a home, and that he had threatened to fire a dog. Upon nearing at the location, two officers celebrated Hall station in the highway holding a dim object. After resplendent a light on him, the officers celebrated Hall dump the intent in the street. Hall was apprehended and certified to the officers that he had hexed a firearm. The gun was recovered and identified as a Ruger .38 size revolver.
Hall was formerly convicted in 2010 and 2012 for possession of heroin and thievery with attack or battery, respectively. As such, he is taboo from possessing a firearm or ammunition under sovereign law.