First on 13: Two more people arrested in Cohoes homicide
New documents obtained by NewsChannel 13 show what led to a deadly shooting in Cohoes last month.
An anti-violence advocate, Dontie Mitchell, was the first person arrested in the case. Since then, two others were also arrested.
The shooting happened August 11 at 125 Main Street just after 10:30 p.m., according to an indictment.
Mitchell approached a group of people and began to argue.
He then pulled out a gun, and began firing while circling a truck.
Two others then pulled out guns and began firing back.
Shieer Leggett, a fourth man, was shot twice and died.
Mitchell is facing four charges including murder.
Nalik Sealy was also charged with second-degree murder in an idictment. He pleaded not guilty in Albany County Court on Thursday to murder, criminal possession of a weapon and two counts of reckless endangerment. He is due back in court on Oct. 5.
The third person, Tyon Baker, was charged last month and plead guilty to criminal possession of a weapon.
Twenty-four shell casings were found the scene, investigators said.
The entire incident was caught on camera, and was a big help during the investigation, police said.