GLOVERSVILLE - A Johnstown man has been charged in the May 17 shooting of a woman on Spring Street.
Joseph Miller, 20, of Cummings Avenue was charged with second-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, all felonies, in the shooting, which severely injured Danielle Schonfarber, city police said this morning.
Schonfarber was shot in the abdomen while with a group of people at the address and is recovering.
Police found the weapon hidden behind a shed at the residence. Police said Corey A. Wollard of North Street brought the weapon to the residence, and Miller was in possession of the weapon when it fired. Miller, Wollard and other occupants had been drinking before the incident, police said.
City Judge John Clo issued a warrant for Wollard for third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a felony, police said in a news release.
Previously, police charged Michael Perreault, 23, of 174 Spring St., where the incident occurred, with attempting to tamper with physical evidence, a misdemeanor.
Police said Perreault tried to accss the crime scene through a back yard on May 17 after police told him to stay away from the residence.