Jamestown Man Pleads Guilty To Reduced Charge In Shooting

MAYVILLE – A Jamestown man previously charged with three counts of second-degree attempted murder and a count of first-degree assault plead guilty to a reduced charged of second-degree attempted assault Tuesday morning in Chautauqua County Court, according to Chautauqua County Public Defender Ned Barone. 

Barone told WNYNewsNow that Rasul N. Bonds was released and sentenced to time served on the level E Felony. Jury selection was scheduled to begin Tuesday in front of Judge David Foley.








At the time of Bonds’ arrest, Jamestown Police said one man was shot in the face and was seriously injured as he was walking with two other people.

A second Jamestown man, Corey M. Johnson, plead guilty to a reduced charge of first-degree attempted assault on Oct. 23 in connection with the shooting. Johnson was sentenced on Jan. 6 to a determinate term of five years in state prison, plus five years of post-release supervision. Three 12-year orders of protection were also executed.









 

 















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