UTICA, N.Y. -- The man accused of shooting another man in Utica’s Cornhill section pleaded not guilty in Utica City Court for the first time Wednesday.
Elias Carr, 26 of Utica, is facing a number of charges, including attempted assault, criminal possession of weapon, and criminal use of firearm, and more charges are possible.
The shooting happened in the 1100 block of St. Vincent Street Monday afternoon.
The man who was shot is expected to survive, after he was shot twice in the leg.
The judge issued an order of protection for the victim and scheduled a felony hearing for Carr this Monday, April 1, in Utica City Court.
- Man accused in Utica's Cornhill shooting pleads not guilty
- Utica man charged in Cornhill shooting incident
- Utica man accused in grandmother's death pleads not guilty
- Utica man pleads guilty to drug possession charge
- Utica man pleads not guilty in teen homicide case
- Utica man pleads guilty to trademark counterfeiting charge
- Utica man pleads guilty in cocaine conspiracy case
- Man accused of killing grandmother, elderly landlord in Utica pleads not guilty
- Man accused of killing Utica teen Bianca Devins pleads not guilty
- Utica man pleads not guilty in shooting death of 17-year-old Stefan Medina