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A 29-yr-previous Rockland County man faces a felony cost of reckless endangerment after being accused of firing off two photographs with a handgun in upstate Auburn, police stated Sunday.

Officers discovered Michael Cerrato standing in the street after residents referred to as within the gun hearth at eleven:24 p.m. Saturday, police stated.

Police stated witnesses recognized Cerrato as the one that shot two rounds within the course of an occupied car close to 19 Dill Road. The bullets did not hit the car and the individual inside was not harm, police stated.

Police stated Cerrato cooperated with officers and informed them that he had a gun, which he illegally possessed. Officers recovered a .9mm Glock, police stated. 

Cerrato, who gave police an tackle on Nation Membership Lane in Pomona, was being held within the Cayuga County Jail after being arraigned in Auburn CIty Courtroom on a felony cost of first-diploma reckless endangerment and a misdemeanor second-diploma menacing, police stated.

The Auburn Police Division requests that anybody with info to contact to name 315-255-4706 or 315-253-3231. All callers might stay nameless if desired.

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