UTICA, N.Y. -- The man who shot himself in the groin after fleeing the scene of a shooting pleaded guilty to attempted murder in the second degree.
Zachary Garcia-Kenyon, 19 of Utica, will be sentenced on February 5.
The shooting happened back in May on St. Vincent Street in Utica.
Police say he shot himself in the groin, while fleeing the scene of the shooting 20 minutes later on Young Place.
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