Convicted Drug Dealer, Parole Absconder
Picked up at Hotel Holley

One of the Buffalo men convicted of dealing drugs in McKean County a couple of years ago was at it again in Bradford – until city police caught up with him early Tuesday morning.

52-year-old Donald Gadley, who had absconded from parole in May, was found in the Hotel Holley with suspected drugs and paraphernalia after police were called for a domestic disturbance.

Gadley also gave police the name of his brother when they asked for identification, even after they told him he’d be charged when they confirmed who he was.

Gadley is charged with flight to avoid apprehension, giving false identification to law enforcement, possession and use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. He’s jailed on $40,000 bail.

The white powdery substance police found in bags have been sent to a crime lab for positive identification.

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