UTICA, N.Y. -- A Utica teen was sentenced Tuesday after he admitted to shooting a man, which ultimately led to him shooting himself accidently.
Zachary Garcia-Kenyon was handed 15 years in state prison with five years’ post-release supervision, an order of protection, and a waiver of appeal.
He previously entered a plea of guilty to attempted murder in the second degree.
This after he allegedly shot a man in Utica last May and then accidentally shot himself in the groin after fleeing from the crime scene.
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