Endicott Man Guilty in Case Linked to East Main Street Shooting
A Broome County Court jury has convicted a man of felony weapon possession charges related to a shooting at a home on East Main Street in Endicott.
Prosecutors say Antonio Goodman of Endicott was found guilty of two counts of criminal possession of a weapon.
The shooting occurred at 1703 East Main Street on June 2, 2020. A 26-year-old man was shot in the chest during an evening argument. The shooting was linked to a dispute that had occurred earlier in the day.
44-year-old Antwan Goodman, Antonio's brother, last September pleaded guilty to criminal weapon possession for discharging an illegal firearm in the incident. He is serving an eight-year sentence at the Elmira state prison.
Antonio Goodman is scheduled to be sentenced on August 20.
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