A male who accidentally shot a 10-year-old boy in a shoulder during a family entertainment in Staten Island had no thought a gun was loaded, his counsel pronounced Sunday.
Semion Mosheshvili, 42, was doing a gun in a upstairs bedroom of a residence on Deisius St. nearby Prall Ave. in Huguenot on Saturday night when a Hewlett, L.I., male incidentally squeezed off a round, his lawyer, Arthur Gershfeld, told a Daily News.
He was charged with rapist possession of a weapon, forward endangerment and behaving in a demeanour damaging to a child, authorities said.
“He had no thought a gun was loaded, and there is no doubt this was an accident,” Gershfeld said. “Everybody knows it was an accident. Even a police.”
Boy, 10, shot in shoulder during Staten Island celebration
The bullet tore by 3 walls and a roof before camp in a shoulder of a boy, who was personification in a kitchen downstairs, Gershfeld said. He was taken to Staten Island University Hospital, where he was in fast condition Sunday.
Mosheshvili was with his mother and 5 children during their longtime friends’ home when a occurrence occurred. The lady who owns a home is a protected hilt of a gun, cops said.
“These aren’t forward tellurian beings,” Gershfeld said. “These are eminent people. Accidents happen.”
Mosheshvili was giveaway Sunday after creation bail.
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