Manhunt underway for man in alleged domestic dispute in Bainbridg

UPDATE: 12/19/2021 2:25 p.m. Police say Charles J. Richter has been located. Their investigation continues.

Original story:

New York State Police are actively looking for a man who allegedly injured a victim in a marital dispute this morning in the Chenango County village of Bainbridge, New York.

State Route 7 near Kirby Lane is closed for police activity and a detour has been put in place.

The soldiers say they believe this is an isolated incident and do not believe there is a threat to the general public. Still, authorities say don’t approach him if you see him.

The suspect, Charles J. Richter, 46, was last seen at his home in Kirby Lane. He is described as “a white male, around 6’1” with brown eyes. “He is bald.

Photo by Charles Richter Courtesy of New York State Police, December 2021

Anyone with information, or knowing where Richter has been, is urged to immediately call New York State Police at: (607) 561.7400.

The victim suffered what the NYSP calls “serious” injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment. As is customary in these cases, the victim’s name and hospital location will not be displayed as part of this coverage in order to protect the victim.

[AUTHOR’S NOTE: This post is for informational purposes and is based largely on information from New York State Police.  All persons, suspected of or arrested for, crimes are innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.  At the time of this posting no additional information was available.  This is, however, a developing story and more information will be provided as soon as it is released.]

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