A Binghamton teen, accused in a Walnut Street shooting incident in June, will be sentenced in November after pleading guilty to felony criminal possession of a weapon.   

18-year-old Antonio Masso will serve 10 years in state prison after admitting he was involved in the shots-fired incident around 11 p.m. June 26.  No one was injured in the incident in which police say they recovered three shell casings.

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The teen was arrested by Binghamton Police on July 7. 

Broome County District Attorney Michael Korchak says Masso pleaded guilty August 27. 

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In addition to prison time, Masso is to be on parole for two-and-a-half years following release. 

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