UTICA, N.Y. -- The Utica man accused of shooting another man on St. Vincent Street in March has pleaded guilty to one of the charges.
Elias Carr, 26, pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a weapon after previously pleading not guilty to tall the charges he faces, which included attempted assault, and criminal use of a firearm.
The victim was shot twice in the leg and was treated for his injuries.
An order of protection has been issued for the victim.
Carr will be sentenced in June.
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