Massachusetts man charged in Lewis County gun incident


CONSTABLEVILLE — A Massachusetts man is accused of firing a gun during an argument at a Lewis County camp, according to the New York State Police.

Troopers said the man — 48-year-old Robert C. LeBlanc — was visiting a seasonal camp in Constableville on May 28 when he got into an argument with three other people at the camp.

Troopers said LeBlanc retried a gun from his vehicle and fired three shots at the residence. No one was injured.

LeBlanc also stabbed and flattened the vehicle tires of the three other people, authorities stated.

LeBlanc is charged with one count each of third-degree possession of a weapon, first-degree reckless endangerment, second-degree mischief,  second-degree menacing, two counts of criminal possession of a firearm and three counts of possession of a large ammunition feeding device, troopers said.

He was arraigned in court and was released on $2,000 cash bail. He is scheduled to reappear in court.


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