A Westmoreland County gun store owner, Tracy McMahan, is facing charges following an investigation into her business’ sales. McMahan, who owns Hi Grade Shooting Supply, is accused of accepting thousands of dollars for guns that were never delivered to customers.
According to the district attorney’s office, one customer paid McMahan $4,600 for a handgun that was never received and another customer tried to sell a shotgun but never received payment. The investigation began after the victims contacted Westmoreland County detectives in October.
McMahan allegedly made excuses for not delivering the guns, saying they were lost in transit or damaged before she stopped communicating with the customers. Another victim tried to sell a Beretta shotgun to McMahan’s consignment business for $3,500 but never received payment.
McMahan was charged with several counts of theft and receiving stolen property and faces additional charges filed by Pennsylvania State Police. Court documents show she was also charged with theft by deception. She was arraigned and released on a $50,000 unsecured bond after being accused of failing to provide goods in exchange for payment and ignoring customer communications.