Feds charge man in Bronx shooting that left two wounded: Shea
A 33-year-old man is going through federal costs over a Bronx capturing that left two winded in early August, police stated Thursday.
Robert Gonzalez, who was out on probation, was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts of tried homicide, in response to Police Commissioner Dermot Shea.
Gonzalez is accused of opening fireplace outdoors 1839 College Avenue in Morris Heights on Aug. 9, placing a 48-year-old man within the leg and a 52-year-old man within the arm, cops stated.
The alleged triggerman was additionally charged within the Southern District of New York with assault and legal possession of a weapon, police stated.
It was unclear why the feds took over the case as a substitute of The Bronx District Lawyer.
The NYPD referred questions concerning the courtroom venue to the SDNY, which didn’t instantly reply.
The Bronx District Lawyer’s Workplace additionally didn’t instantly reply for remark.
Extra reporting by Ben Feuerherd