A Rochester man entered a not guilty plea in court Thursday in the shooting on Thurston Road that left two dead and a third person paralyzed.
Twenty-eight-year-old Samuel Shaw was arraigned Thursday morning. He’s accused of opening fire in the parking lot of a Rite Aid on Thurston Road in Rochester, killing William Gibson and Anthony Robertson.
The court room was packed with family members and loved ones of the victims in that shooting. Shaw was indicted by the Monroe County Grand jury on two counts of murder in the first degree, two counts of murder in the second degree, assault, attempted murder, and weapons charges. We spoke with family who said no matter the outcome of this trial, they will never get their loved one back.
“I still wait for him to come in the door, I still wait at home and wait for him to come in the door sometimes and he’s not coming,” explains Latrelle Mosley, murder victim’s mother.
Shaw is being held without bail until his next hearing on October 11.