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POLICE: Delray Hair Stylist Cuts Woman With Glass

Adam Gray
Adam Gray, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

DELRAY BEACH, FL ( — Adam Gray of the 200 block of Royal Court in Delray Beach is facing aggravated assault with a firearm and simple battery charges after he allegedly cut his girlfriend with glass and then held a gun to her head. The gun, according to a police report, was not loaded.

Gray is a stylist at Bliss salon in Boca Raton, according to the police report.

Delray Beach Police responded to the Bethesda Memorial East early Monday morning where a woman was being treated for “several lacerations to both of her forearms, a bruise on her right elbow and contusion/bruise/swelling on her forehead.”

The woman, according to the police report, “advised that her boyfriend and cut her with a piece of glass and that the prior night he held a gun to her head.” The officer noted, “(the victim’s) injuries were still actively bleeding.”

Delray Beach police found her boyfriend, Gray, in his apartment. He claimed that he had shattered windows to gain entrance to his own apartment a day before, put cardboard over the shattered glass, then changed the locks. He told police that he found his girlfriend trying to gain entrance to the apartment and was bleeding as she cut herself on the shattered glass.

But in a sworn statement, the girlfriend gave police a different story. “When she attempted to open the front door,” she said, “she noticed the locks were changed. She knocked on the door and Gray let her in, he pointed a black Polymer P80 9mm handgun at her head and pulled the trigger. She advised that she heard the gun ‘click’ and know that it had an empty magazine.” She also said that “Gray pushed her into the broken glass.”

Adam Gray was booked into the Palm Beach County at 7:58 Monday morning. He was released just before 7 p.m. Tuesday night.



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