Gang Member Admits To Using Violence, Weapons To Control Neighborhood In Westchester

The latest member of a prominent Westchester street gang has admitted to his role in using violence and weapons to control their neighborhood in Yonkers.

Dareece “Brazy” Glover
Dareece “Brazy” Glover Photo Credit: Westchester County District Attorney's Office

Dareece “Brazy” Glover, 27, a member of the Blood Stones Army, had pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, a felony, which was accepted by Westchester County Court Judge Barry Warhit on Friday.

Glover was arrested and charged as part of a larger gang sweep in the Nodine Hill section of Yonkers in the beginning of May, which led to the arrests of several members of the Blood Stones Army, who were charged on a multi-count indictment.

Last month, two other members of the Blood Stone Army admitted to their roles for conspiracy, attempted assault and attempted murder in Yonkers as part of their gang activity in the area.

Glover is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 10 next year, when he will face a term of between three and nine years in prison.

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