ITHACA, N.Y. — Federal authorities in New York City arrested a man wanted in connection with an Ithaca shooting on Thursday morning.

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James ‘Pip’ Marshall, 31, of Groton, was found at a relative’s home in Brooklyn this morning and taken into police custody by U.S. Marshals.

He was wanted for a shooting that occurred in Ithaca in June.

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Marshall faces four felony charges:

— First-degree assault;

— Two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon;

— Third-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

Police were called on June 27 to a shooting in the West Village Apartment complex. Officers found someone who had been shot in the leg; the victim was taken to a regional hospital for treatment.

Marshall has been taken to the Tompkins County Jail on bail of $100,000 cash or $200,000 bond.

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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.