Attempted Murder in Bainbridge


New York State Police said a Chenango County man was facing multiple felony charges, including attempted murder in an assault that seriously injured another person.

On Sunday, December 19, Troopers announced that they were looking for Charles Richter, 46, of Bainbridge, who was last seen at his Kirby Lane home following a report of a marital dispute.

Authorities say a victim of the dispute was taken to Wilson Memorial Regional Medical Center in Johnson City with serious but not life-threatening injuries.

State Police assured the public that the incident was an isolated event and that Richter was not considered a threat, but still warned people not to approach the man if they saw him.

An area of ​​Route 7 around Kirby Lane was closed as police investigated.

Investigators then released an update indicating that Richter had been located and is charged with the offenses of attempted murder, assault, criminal contempt and unlawful imprisonment.

National police said the investigation was continuing.

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