Police: Man’s conduct created grave risk of death to another

NORWICH – A 31-year-old Norwich man is accused of recklessly engaging in conduct which created a grave risk of death to another person among various other charges following an incident Thursday, March 24.



Norwich Police Chief Rodney Marsh confirmed that a loaded black powder pistol, a black powder rifle and a knife were recovered from the residence as part of the investigation.

According to authorities, at approximately 2:15 p.m. that Thursday, the Norwich Police Department received a call from the Chenango County Sheriff's Office 911 Center of a domestic dispute at a residence on Sheldon Street.

NPD officers immediately responded, but it was discovered the subject had left the residence prior to their arrival.


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