Gloversville police have charged a Brooklyn man with the Aug. 12 shooting of Codie Hayward at his home on Littauer Place.
Tyquann Madison, 24, was arraigned in Gloversville City Court at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday on one count of first-degree assault, a class B felony. Earlier in the day, Gloversville police officers traveled to Hartford, Conn., to bring Madison back to the city to face the charge.
Madison waived extradition and was sent to the Fulton County Jail with no bail. His case will be reviewed by a grand jury and further charges are expected, police said in a news release.
Hayward, 23, was left in critical condition after he was shot three times — in the arm, chest and leg — early on a Friday morning. When police arrived, they found Hayward lying at the intersection of East Fulton Street and Littauer Place, about 100 yards from his home.
Early on police were able to identify Madison as the suspect, but refused to release his identity as the investigation continued.
Hayward was also both a prior shooting victim and a shooting suspect in the city of Gloversville. In 2007, he was shot in face during a street brawl and a bullet permanently lodged in his cheekbone.
Just recently, Hayward was identified as one of three suspects in an Aug. 22 shooting behind Naif’s Grocery on North Main Street. He has since been arrested and remains in Fulton County Jail.
Gloversville police could not be reached for comment Wednesday.
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