A 16-year-old who threatened a teenaged girl with weapons and sexually assaulted her pleaded guilty this week in Erie County Court to two counts of criminal sex act in the first degree.
Ibrahim McBryde, 16, of Stanislaus Street, admitted to abducting the victim from her home on Feb. 27 and threatening her with a knife and several guns. He took the girl to a vacant house on Lathrop Street and held her captive for several hours while sexually assaulting her.
McBryde was arrested April 6 and chose to plead guilty before having the case go to a grand jury for possible indictment. He faces a possible maximum prison term of 25 years on the Class B violent felonies when he returns before Judge Thomas P. Franczyk on Aug. 24.
Assistant District Attorney Bethany A. Solek prosecuted the case.