14-Year Old Charged with Two Weapons Felonies in Johnson City Disturbance

On Tuesday, April 21 about 6:00 PM, the Johnson City Police Department responded to a report of a disturbance at a location on Fairview Street, Johnson City. While responding, officers learned handguns may have been displayed during this incident and 3 male suspects had fled the area. Officers arrived and quickly located all 3 suspects in the vicinity. Officers detained all 3 suspects, including a 14-year old male, and were able to locate 2 weapons that were discarded by the suspects.

As a result of this investigation the Johnson City Police have charged the following individuals:

A 14-year-old male is being charged with:
• Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th, class E Felony
• Criminal Possession of a Firearm, class E Felony
• Menacing 2nd Degree, class A Misdemeanor
• Criminal Mischief 4th Degree – 2 counts, class A Misdemeanor

Annajim P. Jennings, age 21, of Binghamton, was charged with:
• Criminal Possession of a Firearm, class E Felony
• Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th Degree, a class E Felony
• Tampering with Physical Evidence, a class E Felony
• Menacing 2nd Degree, a class A Misdemeanor
• Criminal Mischief, a class A Misdemeanor

Nyjee A. Johnson, age 18, of Johnson City, was charged with:
• Criminal Possession of a Firearm, class E Felony
• Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd Degree – Previous Conviction, a class D Felony

The juvenile was released to a guardian pending further action in Broome County Family Court.

Jennings and Johnson were released to appear in court at a later date due to the restrictions put in place by the court system during the Covid-19 outbreak. Both defendants did not qualify for arraignment as their charges are not listed as a qualifying offense as defined in the New York State Bail Reform Law.