First he got shot. Now he’s been indicted on weapons charges, according to the Staten Island Advance.
Police say Jamar Wilson, 22, of New Brighton, pointed a gun at officers during a confrontation in July – and they really, really hate when you do that.
Plain clothes officers had been responding near Winter Avenue and Jersey Street to a report of a man with a gun, and Wilson seemed to fit the description. Officers chased him, and Wilson allegedly pointed a gun at them – still aiming it even after the officer identified himself as police.
The officer fired two shots, hitting the suspect in the right bicep.
Wilson dropped his weapon and ran, police said, and officers sought him for the next several hours, finding him eventually in a vacant apartment on Hendricks Avenue.
Wilson is scheduled Nov. 9 for arraignment on two felony counts of second-degree criminal weapon possession and a felony count of menacing a police officer.