One Man Injured in Binghamton West Side ShootingPosted: Updated:
Multiple shots fired at the corner of Chapin and North Streets on Binghamton's west side. Binghamton Police Chief Joseph Zikuski says one victim was injured and drove himself to Wilson Hospital.
Zikuski says the injury is not life threatening.
"We're doing a canvas of the neighborhood, see if somebody saw something and hasn't come forward yet," says Zikuski.
Binghamton Police Chief Joe Zikuski meets with investigators at
North and Chapin Streets.
Nieghbors say they heard several pops that sounded like fireworks. Zikuski confirms several shots were fired on the corner.
As of 2:45pm, police have closed the intersection of Chapin, Gerard, Murray, and North Streets as the Crime Scene Unit and K-9 units continue their investigation.
Large portion of the area is taped off. Police are talking to neighbors, documenting the crime scene. pic.twitter.com/UM8JhX5WEp— Amy Hogan (@AmyHoganTV) August 1, 2017
Zikuski says there are no suspects identified at this time, but it is possible that the shooter fled the scene in a black vehicle. Crime scene investigators placed several evidence markers in a trail down Chapin Street.
Police standing on corner overheard saying "I think it happened right in here." K-9 unit now searching area. pic.twitter.com/FyyLVxkF75— Amy Hogan (@AmyHoganTV) August 1, 2017
Police are continuing to talk to neighbors and the investigation is ongoing. This is a developing story.