SYRACUSE N.Y.- Syracuse Police said that they have arrested a 21-year-old man they believe shot another man at Destiny USA on Black Friday.
Syracuse Police held a press conference on Saturday and said Kyree Traux, aged 21 has been arrested and charged in the shooting at Destiny USA. He is charged with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, and first-degree reckless endangerment.
Onondaga County 911 says the call came in just after 7:00pm Friday.
Syracuse Police tell CNY Central that a Man was found in the Mall's food court with a gunshot wound to the leg.
The Man's injuries were not life-threatening.
Ron German of New Hartford was in the Mall at the time of the Shooting with his family. He told NewsChannel 2 by phone what he experienced.
"Myself and three of my sons, my wife, and my one son's wife, and my other son's fiance, and my third son, the seven of us; we were eating in the food court. We got done and we left the food court and we took a left out of the food court. (We were) heading towards a store that we had to stop by before we left, and it was the loudest bang. It was just one big bang. Our sons and I we hunt, (and) we have military experience. It just sounded like someone dropped a metal can on a floor beneath us." said German.
The incident remains under investigation. Police are asking anyone with video or pictures from the shooting to come forward.
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