A suspect in the shooting of a Binghamton man as he sat in a car on a downtown street on Easter Sunday has been indicted on attempted murder and other charges.

Prosecutors say 23-year-old Travon Sanders of Brooklyn was named in the three-count indictment handed up by a Broome County grand jury.

In addition to second-degree attempted murder, Sanders was indicted for first-degree assault and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

Police apprehended Sanders in Endicott, two days after 40-year-old Grady Hunter was critically injured when he was shot near 121 Susquehanna Street.

Investigators said Hunter had been sitting in a vehicle parked near the Yellow Deli store.

According to the indictment, Sanders is accused of using a 9-millimeter semi-automatic handgun to shoot Hunter on April 1.

The Binghamton shooting happened on Easter morning, about five hours after three people were shot on Crocker Avenue in Johnson City. A woman died as a result of the first incident.

Detectives have said the two shootings were not related.

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