Nov 23, 2016 4:39 PM

Man that fired weapon into Manchester home indicted on eight more charges

MANCHESTER — A Manchester resident was indicted on eight more charges in connection to the firing of a weapon into a West Side home this past spring.

There were four people in the first-floor apartment at 91 West St. when Gebo allegedly fired the shots into the building during early morning hours. A local business caught the whole thing on camera and that video led police to an arrest.

John Gebo, 30 of 237 Spruce St., was charged with five counts of reckless conduct with a deadly weapon, felon in possession of a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit reckless conduct.

Prior to this indictment, Gebo was charged with four reckless conduct charges and one felon in possession of a firearm charge.

Gebo also faces a felony forgery, one misdemeanor theft and two misdemeanor receiving stolen property charges due to a separate incident.

His alleged accomplice, Amanda Gurley, is facing two charges which include conspiracy to commit reckless conduct and accomplice to reckless conduct.

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