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Stanton Street Shooter Sentenced to 22 Years in Prison

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A man who shot three people in an incident on Stanton Street three years ago has been sentenced to more than 20 years in prison.

Police canvassed the neighborhood following the shooting on Stanton Street in October of 2010.
Police canvassed the neighborhood following the shooting on Stanton Street in October of 2010.

In May, a Manhattan jury found Mario Rodriguez guilty of attempted murder in the second degree and other charges.  Prosecutors said he he opened fire October 26, 2010 following an argument with a man outside 195 Stanton St.  The victim has hit in the torso and gunshots also struck two bystanders.  All of the victims survived.

District Attorney Cy Vance released a statement yesterday announcing the sentencing.  Rodriguez faces 22 years in state prison, plus 5 years of “post-release supervision.”

He is 25 years old.

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