ATTLEBORO (WBSM) — An Attleboro man was sentenced to prison on gun charges after pleading guilty to pointing a loaded gun at a man outside of a convenience store.

The charges date back to March 17, 2023, when Jeffrey Sek, 25, pointed and aimed a gun at a man outside of a convenience store on Emory Street.

Police say Sek allegedly pulled back the hammer and then told the victim to run. Sek then drove by the victim's home before parking his car down the street. When police arrived, they found two .40-caliber Glock pistols under the driver's seat.

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Jeffrey Sek pleaded guilty to indictments charging him with assault with a dangerous weapon, two counts of carrying an Illegal firearm-subsequent offense, and one count each of carrying a loaded illegal firearm, possession of a large capacity magazine, and unlawful possession of ammunition.

Sek had also previously been convicted out of Attleboro District Court in 2018 on illegal firearm charges.

He is sentenced to serve five to seven years in state prison with an additional two years of probation.

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