Groton man wanted in Ithaca shooting arrested in Brooklyn

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – A Groton man wanted in connection with a shooting in Ithaca back in June was arrested by U.S. Marshals in New York City on Thursday morning.


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James “Pip” Marshall, 31, was wanted in connection with a June 27 shooting that happened at the West Village Apartment Complex in Ithaca.

Police later identified Marshall as the shooter and put out a warrant for his arrest.

He was located Thursday morning by U.S. Marshals at a relative’s home in Brooklyn.


Related: Two men wanted in connection with Ithaca shooting, police say


Marshall was transported to Ithaca and arraigned on four felony charges:

– First degree assault
– Two counts of second degree criminal possession of a weapon
– Third degree criminal possession of a weapon

He was taken to Tompkins County Jail on $100,000 cash or $200,000 bond.

Marshall has a return court date of September 8.


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