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WAMC News, New York News
Mon July 16, 2012
Suspect in upstate NY shooting remains at large
Authorities say the search continues for the suspect in a shooting that wounded a man standing outside a home in eastern New York.
The Ticonderoga NY Police Department says that 45-year-old Jimmy Joe St. Andrews remained at large Monday, three days after authorities say he fired into a crowd outside a home in the eastern Adirondack village.
Police say Friday's late-night shooting left a 45-year-old man with bullet wounds to his foot and abdomen. He's listed in stable condition at Albany Medical Center.
Authorities say St. Andrews is considered armed and dangerous, but police don't feel he's a threat to the general public. They believe the shooting was related to a domestic dispute, but haven't released additional details.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.