Man Sentenced in Case Where Ghost Gun Was Found at Burnt Mills Elementary School

by MCS Staff

On February 7th, in the District Court for Montgomery County, MD, Judge Sherri Koch sentenced defendant, Kyhree Gardner, 18, of Silver Spring, to 5-years suspend, all but 9-months in prison, and three years of probation upon release.

Staff at Burnt Mills Elementary School found a school laptop bag containing a ghost gun near the basketball court after hours on October 20th 2021. The defendant was playing basketball at the time and was later arrested after staff contacted police and an investigation ensued.

Gardner pleaded guilty to two charges: illegal possession of a firearm and possession of a dangerous weapon on school property.


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