Endicott Man Sentenced for Shots Fired at Binghamton Barbershop
An Endicott man will be in prison for six years for intending to shoot someone at a Binghamton barbershop in January of last year.
The Broome County District Attorney’s office says Lawrence Martin pleaded guilty last week to felony Criminal Possession of a Weapon and will be sentenced in June.
Martin admitted he illegally possessed a loaded 9-millimeter handgun and he had intended to use it against another person during an incident on Robinson Street where the gun was fired.
In addition to the jail time, Martin is to be on probation for five years following his release.
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