Gresham Pleads Guilty to 2010 Shooting

By Haley Burton

Gresham Pleads Guilty to 2010 Shooting

January 7, 2013 Updated Jan 7, 2013 at 1:36 PM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) A Vestal man pleads guilty after admitting he shot another man at a Binghamton restaurant in 2010.

Jovan Gresham, 24, of pleaded guilty to charges of assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

Gresham admitted that on February 28, 2010 at Victoria’s Restaurant on Susquehanna Street in Binghamton, he shot Karlshien Marks, 33, with a handgun. Marks was seriously injured.

Gresham also admitted that on two occasions in 2011 (March 17, 2011 and April 22, 2011) in the City of Binghamton, he unlawfully possessed a loaded .45 caliber handgun.

He's scheduled to be sentenced in April to no more than eight years with five years post-release supervision.

Gresham is released on a cash bail bond of $50,000.

The three incidents were investigated by members of the Binghamton Police Department. Chief Assistant Joann Rose Parry prosecuted the indictment.

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