Two Sentenced for Weapon Possession in Broome

The Broome County District Lawyer’s workplace says the crackdown on unlawful weapons continues with the sentencing of two males.

A information launch from Broome County District Lawyer Michael Korchak’s workplace says 30-year-old Denzel Duncan of Johnson Metropolis will serve six years in New York State Jail.

The sentencing in Broome County Court docket comes after Duncan pleaded responsible to a felony cost of Legal Possession of a Weapon within the Second Diploma.

Photograph: Bob Joseph/WNBF Information (file)

Photograph: Bob Joseph/WNBF Information (file)

Duncan admitted in courtroom that, on Sunday, the 24th of April this yr, he possessed a loaded .9-millimeter pistol with the intent to make use of it unlawfully towards one other individual.  The incident in query occurred within the Village of Johnson Metropolis.

Authorities say the .9-millimeter pistol was fired within the space of Brocton and Diment Streets.  Nobody was hit and there have been no accidents.

Again in April, Village police reported Duncan was suspected of firing at a automobile occupied by somebody he knew at round 8 o’clock on that Sunday morning.  He was taken into custody three days afterward Arlington Road within the Village.

Preliminary fees towards Duncan had included tried homicide and legal use of a firearm along with three counts of legal possession of a weapon.

Bob Joseph/WNBF Information

Bob Joseph/WNBF Information

In the meantime, 47-year-old Erick Jones of Binghamton will serve 3 1/2 years in New York State Jail after pleading responsible to Tried Legal Possession of a Weapon within the Second Diploma.

Korchak’s workplace says Jones possessed a loaded .38-caliber revolver within the neighborhood of Robert Road within the Metropolis of Binghamton on Could 28th of 2021.

Residents of the City & Nation Flats reported listening to a number of gunshots at round 8:30 within the morning and Metropolis Police searched an space exterior of Constructing 20.

Jones was discovered at a house on Clinton Road later within the day and brought into custody.

In his information launch, D.A. Korchak thanked the Johnson Metropolis and Binghamton Police Departments for fast investigations and arrests. He says, “Possessing unlawful unlicensed firearms equals jail time in Broome County.” 


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