Former Dover resident pleads guilty to dealing drugs at Firefly

Percell Gray

DOVER — A former Dover resident pleaded guilty to drug dealing at last year’s Firefly Music Festival Tuesday morning and received credit for roughly four weeks prison time already served.

Percell Gray, 29 years old when arrested on June 18, 2016, was immediately sentenced in Kent County Superior Court and received permission to transfer his probation status to Pennsylvania, according to the Delaware Department of Justice.

Before Judge Noel Primos, Gray admitted to dealing Oxycodone and was sentenced to eight years prison, which was suspended for his earlier incarceration.

Level III probation was ordered, along with a substance evaluation and treatment. Gray was ordered to forfeit all items seized during his arrest.

According to Dover Police at the time, Gray was charged after selling three pills to an undercover officer at Dover International Speedway.

He was initially held at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna on a $1,230 cash bond.

He was also wanted on a Kent County Court of Common Please capias at the time.

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