Pittsburgh-Area Gun Store Owner Faces Theft Charges Following Business Sales Investigation

In October, Westmoreland County detectives received a report from a victim who claimed to have paid Hi Grade Shooting Supply owner Tracey McMahan $4,600 for a combo shotgun that was never delivered. The district attorney’s office launched an investigation into the business sales and discovered that another customer had also tried to sell a Beretta shotgun on consignment through the store but never received payment.

McMahan has been charged with several counts of theft and receiving stolen property. The Westmoreland County District Attorney’s Office stated that she is facing additional charges filed by Pennsylvania State Police. Court documents show that she was also charged with theft by deception. She was arraigned and released on $50,000 unsecured bond, according to the district attorney’s office.

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