Buffalo Man Sees Prison Time In Connection With Jamestown Shooting

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BUFFALO, NY (WNY News Now) – A 24-year-old Buffalo man will see prison time in connection with a 2020 shooting in Jamestown.

Torrie Jones will spend up to four years in state prison after he previously plead guilty attempted criminal possession of a weapon in connection with a shooting on Jefferson Street in March 2020.

Jones was also sentenced to 15-years in prison, in connection with a separate case murder case in our region.

The Erie County District Attorney’s Office accused Jones of shooting and killing a person in the City of Buffalo in April 2021.


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