Shooting on Crocker Ave Leaves One Dead, Two InjuredPosted: Updated:
Johnson City Police say a 46-year-old Binghamton woman was shot and killed and two others were injured on Sunday at 92 Crocker Avenue.
In a release, police chief Brent Dodge states Erika T. Smith Cunningham was not the intended victim, nor was she specifically targeted. Dodge said the shooting was not a random act of violence.
Officials do not believe there is any further danger to the public.
The shooting happened on Easter Sunday around 6:30 a.m. New York State Police and the Broome County District Attorney's office are assisting with the investigation.
Authorities say while they have been developing leads they do not have a suspect.
Police have reopened Crocker Avenue. On Sunday the section between 88 and 92 was closed off as investigators canvassed the area.
Dodge said Cunningham is originally from Queens. Police have not identified the other two people who were shot, nor are they releasing the severity of the injuries.
A neighbor, who did not wish to be identified, told Fox 40 she heard three gunshots Sunday morning. April Shively also lives on Crocker Ave. and said she saw ambulances at about 11 a.m. Sunday.
The Johnson City Police Department along with the New York State Police and the Broom County DA’s Office are investigating the incident, but have not found any leads so far.
Anyone with information on the shooting should call the Johnson City Police at (607) 798-9318.