Charmeca Mosley was attending the game at Atlantic Community High School when a verbal altercation ensued between her and another person inside the school. Both Mosley and the other party were escorted outside and continued arguing in the parking lot. Once in the parking lot, Mosley got into her vehicle and drove toward a crowd of people. She then exited her vehicle with a firearm in her possession.
Mosley pointed the gun at several people and said she was going to “air this thing out.” Police quickly arrived on scene and issued several charges against Mosley, including Possession of a Weapon on School Property, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Violation of a Concealed Firearm Permit and Exhibition of Dangerous Weapons.
It is not clear at this time if she remains in jail.
Delray Beach Violent Crime LawsLaws dealing with guns and violent crimes in Florida can be very harsh. Whenever a firearm is used in an assault, the assault becomes elevated to an aggravated crime and carries much harsher penalties including longer prison sentences, more probation time and higher fines. Weapons possession on school property is a third-degree felony and is enhanced by the fact that the accused is on school grounds when the possession occurred.
When you have been charged with a gun-related offense or a violent crime, you should seek the services of a skilled and knowledgeable Florida criminal defense attorney. The penalties for these crimes are too harsh to trust your future to just anyone. At Musca Law, we bring over 150 years of combined experience to the table. We are familiar with how judges and prosecutors handle violent crimes cases in areas throughout our state.
When you hire us, we will help walk you through every step of the process in the criminal justice system and will advise you along the way. For your free consultation, please contact us any time at 800-687-2252.
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