GREENBURGH, N.Y. - Greenburgh police said they have made one arrest in the shooting of an Elmsford man last week and are looking for a second suspect who allegedly pulled the trigger.
On Friday, following an investigation by Greenburgh detectives, Richard Goods, 18, of 26 Manhattan Ave. was arrested at his home at 4:20 p.m. and charged with aiding, abetting and acting in concert with Andrew Grant, 21, of 33 Oak St. in the Feb. 20 driveway shooting of a 35-year-old Elmsford man at 166 Sears Ave., police said.
Goods was arraigned in Greenburgh Town Court and charged with second degree attempted murder, first degree assault, second degree conspiracy and second degree criminal possession of a weapon. He was remanded to Westchester County Jail.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Grant, who police said they have identified as the shooter. The weapon used in the incident has not been recovered, police said.
During a press conference last week, Greenburgh Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo said the victim, who has not been identified, had several prior drug convictions and was targeted when he was shot multiple times in the driveway of his mother's home. The most serious wound was a shot to the chest.
The victim, who suffered a few other superficial wounds, underwent surgery at Westchester Medical Center and was admitted. He is expected to recover.
Police are asking anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Grant to contact them at (914) 682-5331, ext. 911.
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