West Side Shooter Convicted of Assault & Weapon Possession
A Binghamton man will be sentenced in July after being found guilty this week of weapons possession and assault in a 2019 shooting.
Lavaughn Ramseur was charged in connection with the incident in the area of Shiller Street between Haendel and Schubert Street at around 5 p.m. August 4 in which two people were injured.
Following the report of shots fired, authorities indicated that the injuries to the victims were not believed to be life-threatening. Prosecutors say Ramseur had fired a 9-millemeter handgun in the area, causing those injuries.
He faces up to 15 years in New York State Prison.
The trial in Broome County Court lasted four days.