Endicott Man Convicted of Attempted Murder
A former member of a Broome County motorcycle gang has been found guilty of attempted murder and other charges in connection with the shooting of a club member.
PAUL WARNER (New York State Police photo)[/caption]
36-year-old Paul Warner of 1705 East Main Street, Endicott, was convicted by a jury Monday afternoon following a week-long trial in Broome County Court.
Warner had been accused of shooting 50-year-old Timothy Mancini on September 24. The attack happened outside the "Flesh and Blood" clubhouse on Carl Street in West Corners.
Mancini was hospitalized for treatment of gunshot wounds he sustained in the attack. Mancini's dog also was shot during the incident.
In addition to attempted murder, Warner was found guilty of assault and attempted assault. He also was convicted of one count of overdriving, torturing and injuring an animal.
The West Corners shooting happened on a Saturday afternoon. It followed an ongoing feud involving Flesh and Blood members.
Warner is to be sentenced on May 19.
For breaking news and updates on developing stories, follow @BinghamtonNow on Twitter.