Suspect arraigned in Uniondale teen shooting

A Hempstead man was arraigned today on charges of shooting a teen who was riding his bike in Uniondale.



Police say they arrested 22-year-old Manuel De Jesus Sosa Marquez after a monthlong investigation.



Police say that on Aug. 6, Marquez fired three shots from a 1995 Honda and left a 14-year-old paralyzed from his shoulders down.



The boy was riding his bike near Argyle Avenue and Davis Street.



Marquez pleaded not guilty to charges of second-degree attempted murder. His bail was set at $800,000 bond or $400,000 cash.



He is due back in court on Sept. 18.


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