Newfield, N.Y. — A man convicted in a double shooting in Newfield was sentenced to 16 years in a state prison, the Tompkins County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday.
Donnell Harrison, 36, was found guilty of assault in the first degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree.
Judge Joseph Cassidy decided the sentence.
For the full account of the double shooting, see: Records show unfolding, aftermath of Newfield double shooting
Harrison was accused of shooting one man in the face and one man in the leg. Both survived.
One of the victims was “terrified that he might die” in the shooting, records say.
“I was having a hard time seeing,” the victim shot in the face said. “Everything was blurry and spinning.”
Harrison will also be on probation for five years.