Rochester man arrested for shots fired incident at Dewey Ave Walmart
GREECE, N.Y. (WHEC) — Greece Police Thursday announced an arrest in the Feb. 10 shots fired incident outside the Walmart at 3800 Dewey Ave.
No one was actually hit during the incident, where police say two suspects started arguing in the store, and continued as they were walking out. Police say the argument escalated to the point that shots were fired just outside the store.
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Thursday, Ibsan Principe, 18, of Rochester, who is out on bail in connection to a previous weapons charge after he was arrested in Rochester last month, was arrested and charged with second degree criminal possession of a weapon and first degree reckless endangerment.
Principe was arraigned in Greece Town Court.
According to online records – he was booked and released from the Monroe County Jail within 30 minutes. pic.twitter.com/QFx3GQbDgG— Nikki Rudd (@whec_nrudd) March 25, 2022
Investigators are still working to identify the other suspect in the case. Anyone with information is asked to call 911, the GPD tip line at 585-581-4016, or the GPD Criminal Investigation Division at 585-581-4000. Tips can also be sent via email to GPDTips@GreeceNY.gov.