A Buffalo parolee has pleaded guilty to another illegal-weapon-possession charge.
Johaan Littlejohn, 23, of Lombard Street, pleaded guilty last week to second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Police found him with a revolver loaded with five rounds when they responded to a call Dec. 4 of a man waving a gun in the city.
At the time, he was on parole from state prison for a 2009 conviction for illegal weapon possession.
In addition to four more years in prison on his parole violation, Littlejohn faces a minimum prison sentence of seven years and a maximum of 15 years on his latest weapon conviction when sentenced March 13 by State Supreme Court Justice Penny M. Wolfgang, according to Erie County District Attorney Frank A. Sedita III.
Four other defendants arrested in Buffalo on weapon charges also pleaded guilty to second-degree weapon possession.
• Dominique Wiggins, 28, of Ivy Street, faces 3½ to 15 years in prison at sentencing March 3 by Erie County Judge Thomas P. Franczyk for having a loaded pistol and nine rounds of ammunition in his pocket when police stopped him Nov. 5, 2012, on suspicion of driving a stolen car.
• Diamond Lewis, 17, of Keystone Street, faces 3½ to 15 years in prison at sentencing Feb. 26 by Wolfgang on a weapon charge and a charge of attempted first-degree robbery for having a loaded pistol and 10 additional rounds of ammunition Nov. 11 when police responded to a call of attempted robbery. Police caught him after a foot chase.
• Darell Walker, 23, of Northland Avenue, faces 3½ to 15 years in prison at sentencing April 25 by Erie County Judge Kenneth F. Case for having a loaded revolver on Sept. 22, 2012, when police responded to a call of shots fired. He was also caught after a foot chase.
• Kijana Funderburk, 18, of Race Street, faces up to 15 years in prison at sentencing March 11 by Wolfgang for having a loaded revolver Dec. 8, when members of the Buffalo Police Strike Force Unit found the gun on him.