[[Appearance::Grand Theft Auto IVThe Ballad of Gay Tony (Mentioned)]]
|Full Name||Gerald McReary|
|Date of Birth||[[Error: Invalid time.|1973 (age 35-36)]]|
|Place of Birth||Dukes, Liberty City|
Maureen McReary (Mother)|
Mr. McReary (Father)
Derrick McReary (Brother)
Francis McReary (Brother)
Patrick McReary (Brother)
Kate McReary (Sister)
|Voiced by||PJ Sosko|
When Niko first meets Gerry, he is heavily inebriated, making him very capricious. He belittles his brothers and Michael Keane, a friend of the family. Immediately after, he warns Niko to never hurt his family, or he will hurt Niko's.
Later after that mission he calls Niko saying he has work. Niko comes over to visit a now-sober (and somewhat less hostile) Gerry. His first two missions involve disturbing the relationship between the Ancelottis and the Albanians for Jimmy Pegorino. But after imprisonment, his missions focus on Gracie Ancelotti and the diamonds. It is revealed in the mission, Undertaker, that he was taken to jail. After the funeral ( of either Derrick or Francis ) he calls Niko saying that he has him on the visitors list at Alderney State Correctional Facility. He tells Niko to kidnap Gracie Ancelotti, the daughter of Giovanni Ancelotti. Even though Patrick harbors hopes that Gerald will be released from prison, the charges against him prove to be more severe than he knows. Gerald bids farewell to Niko, as he will be spending a long time in prison.
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Linked to Irish American Criminals in Dukes and the Alderney based Pegorino Crime Syndicate.
1986 - Grand Larceny
1990 - Assault
1992 - Armed Robbery and Hijacking
1999 - Conspiracy to Commit Extortion
2005 - Tampering with Sports Contest: Dog Racing
- Dukes based criminal of Irish ancestry.
- Worked with Algonquin based crime syndicates but now affiliated with Jimmy Pegorino's Alderney mob.
- More hands-off approach recently, leaving hijackings and armed robberies to his younger brother, Patrick McReary - street name Packie.
- Often seen with Pegorino Capo, Ray Boccino.