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Endicott Man Will Serve 10 Years for Weapons

(BINGHAMTON, NY) – Antonine E. Gibson was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison and five years’ parole, for a July 2016 weapons charge in Endicott. “Another dangerous criminal has been removed from our streets, and sent to prison,” said Chief Assistant District Attorney Michael Korchak. 

265.03 Criminal Possession of a Weapon, in the second degree, a Class C Felony.

Following an investigation by the Endicott Police Department, a warrant was issued for Gibson’s arrest. After over a year, he was arrested in June 2018 by the New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force, and transported back to Broome County.

At trial, prosecutors proved Gibson knowingly possessed a loaded firearm in the Village of Endicott, in July 2016, contrary to the provisions of the statute.

Endicott police, New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force and Broome County District Attorney’s Office were involved in the case.