Endicott man sentenced for September 2016 West Corners shooting

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The man convicted in a shooting incident last fall in West Corners has been sentenced.

Paul Warner, 36, of Endicott was sentenced to 12 years in state prison and 5 years parole on Friday.

Warner was found guilty by a Broome County Jury in March of attempted murder in the 2nd degree, attempted assault in the 1st degree, assault in the 2nd degree (all felonies), as well as overdriving, torturing, and injuring animals, a misdemeanor.

Warner was arrested following a shooting that took place on September 24th, 2016 in West Corners.

A dog and a man were both shot during the altercation.

The victim was treated for gunshot related injuries at Wilson Hospital.

“There is no better place for Paul Warner to spend the next 12 years than New York State Prison. Trying to kill another man, in broad daylight, in the presence of several bystanders, is morally reprehensible and won’t be tolerated in Broome County," said Broome County District Attorney Steve Cornwell in a written statement.


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