The man who allegedly tried to flee police by jumping off the Cotton Factory Hollow bridge is now facing a 16-count indictment that includes one count of attempted murder, Schenectady County district attorney’s officials said.
Robert A. Kelly, 20, of 1035 Barrett St., is accused of leaning into a dining room window at a Chrisler Avenue address and firing a single shot in the direction of a 31-year-old man Sept. 29.
The individual was not injured; Kelly fired after repeatedly telling the victim he was going to kill him, according to papers previously filed in court.
Kelly is also accused of endangering a 56-year-old woman in the same incident.
Kelly was arrested Nov. 10 after unsuccessfully evading police via a plunge from the Cotton Factory Hollow bridge, police have said. That chase came after an earlier one where Kelly got away.
Kelly faces one count of second-degree attempted murder, four weapons counts, three burglary counts, among other charges.
Also indicted Tuesday:
u Pierre Stewart, 49, of 805 Mason St., faces one count of first-degree criminal contempt, a felony. Stewart is accused of violating an order of protection Oct. 31 at State and Swan streets by subjecting a woman to physical contact.
u Ronald Marshall, 48, of 1317 Webster St., faces two counts of driving while intoxicated. Marshall is accused of driving drunk on Sixth Street July 20.
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