GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The alleged gunman in the driveway shooting of an Elmsford man surrendered to Greenburgh police today.
Andrew Grant, 21, of Oak Street, who was being sought by police for shooting a 35-year-old man Feb. 20 at 166 Sears Ave., turned himself in at noon, accompanied by an attorney.
Grant was charged with attempted murder in the second-degree, assault in the first-degree, criminal possession of a weapon in the second-degree and conspiracy in the second-degree, all felonies, police said. He was held for arraignment in Greenburgh Town Court.
On Friday, Richard Goods, 18, of Manhattan Avenue, was arrested at his home and charged with aiding, abetting and acting in concert with Grant, all felonies. Police said Grant fired the shots, one of which struck the victim in the chest. Goods was booked on the same charges as Grant and was remanded to Westchester County Jail.
Greenburgh Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo said the victim, who has not been identified and is recovering at Westchester Medical Center, had several prior drug convictions and was targeted by the perpetrators.
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