Man To Stand Trial For Attempted Murder, Assault In 2019 Shooting

first_imgImage via the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office.MAYVILLE – A man accused in a January 2019 drive-by shooting at the corner of North Main and Ninth Streets in Jamestown will stand trial next month.Jury selection in the trial against Rasul N. Bonds, a City of Jamestown resident, is scheduled to take place next Tuesday, a Chautauqua County Court Clerk told WNYNewsNow Monday.Bonds is charged with first-degree assault and three counts of second-degree attempted murder.Jamestown Police say one man was shot in the face and was seriously injured as he was walking with two other people. Bonds is in Chautauqua County Jail on $150,000 bond.A second Jamestown man, Corey M. Johnson, plead guilty to a reduced charge of first-degree attempted assault on Oct. 23 in connection with the shooting.Johnson was sentenced on Jan. 6 to a determinate term of five years in state prison, plus five years of post-release supervision. Three 12-year orders of protection were also executed.WNYNewsNow will continue to follow the case for updates. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Apartment prices are on the rise in South Townsville

first_imgPeople are now paying a median of $375,000 for a unit in South Townsville. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The suburb combines the best of inner city living and historic significance, and is in walking distance to Townsville’s leading dining district, Palmer Street. Ray White agent Nicole Plozza, who is currently marketing an apartment on Dibbs Street in South Townsville, said the lack of stock on the market could be a contributing factor to the price increase. This one-bedroom unit at 911/2 Dibbs Street in South Townsville is on the market for $199,000.Apartment prices in South Townsville are rising, with units in the suburb now the most expensive in the region. In the year leading up to March this year, the price for a unit in the area has increased 25.2 per cent.READ MORE Where people are paying the most mortgage in North QLD “We’ve also just had all the Adani news and that sort of stuff so we’re starting to see investors come back into the market, which is the big change.”Apartments in Townsville City are the second most expensive, but are selling for a median of $300,000 which is the cheapest they’ve been in more than a decade. Following that is Oonoonba and then North Ward, which is highly sought after by buyers, with units selling after an average of 55 days on the market. Units in Douglas, Nelly Bay and West End are all selling at between $200,000 and $250,000. “I’m not seeing as much stock in apartments coming onto the market in that area,” Ms Plozza said.“I think that’s purely because people have been waiting so long for the market to change and now, with the stadium so close to being finished, they probably know they’ll be getting a better premium price once that’s happened. center_img READ MORE The hardest place to sell a house in QLDlast_img read more

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